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  1. A Dealer’s Guide to Sales and Use Taxes on Long-Term Motor Vehicle Leases in New York State

    • The total sales tax due must be paid by and collected from the lessee on the date the first lease payment is due or the date the vehicle is registered with the New York State Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV), whichever is earlier.

    www.tax.ny.gov

  2. Register a leased vehicle | New York State of Opportunity Department of Motor Vehicles

    • How do I register a leased vehicle? If you leased the vehicle from a dealer in New York State, the dealer normally registers the vehicle for you by providing all your
    • You must pay NYS sales tax at the DMV office on any lease payments if the leasing company or dealer did not collect the sales tax.

    dmv.ny.gov

  3. Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Law: Motor Vehicle Leasing Issues

    • Sales Tax Satisfied Stamp in order to lease, title, or register a vehicle in New Jersey (this has always been the case).
    • The state of New York imposes tax on a lease transaction based on where the vehicle is titled, so New York tax will not be due on the sale.

    www.state.nj.us

  4. Sales tax information | New York State of Opportunity Department of Motor Vehicles

    • If you leased the vehicle, see register a leased vehicle.
    • This process can reduce the amount of your NYS sales tax if NYS and the other state have an agreement about sales tax.
    • You must pay the sales tax when you leave the Armed Forces or you return to New York.

    dmv.ny.gov

  5. A Guide to Sales Tax | Part V – Leases or rentals of motor vehicles General .17 Long-term lease .17 Short-term lease .17 Special tax on passenger car rentals.17 Special supplemental tax on passenger car rentals within the MCTD.18

    • Special rules apply to leases of motor vehicles for one year or more (see page 17). When a dealer sells a motor vehicle to a resident of New York State, the dealer must collect sales tax from the customer, unless the sale is exempt (see Part X)...

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  6. Additional Guidance Relating to the | New York State Department of Taxation and Finance

    • (See page 8, Sales tax on the lease or rental of a livery vehicle to an unrelated driver.) Example 3: XYZ Company operates a community car base station.
    • You can register for sales tax purposes by using the New York State Online Permit Assistance and Licensing Web site at www.nys-permits.org...

    www.tax.ny.gov

  7. Sales tax on cars and vehicles in New York

    • This page covers the most important aspects of New York's sales tax with respects to vehicle purchases. For vehicles that are being rented or leased, see see taxation of leases and rentals. New York collects a 4% state sales tax rate on the purchase of all vehicles.

    www.salestaxhandbook.com

  8. Aircraft, Vessels and Motor Vehicles | Sales other than leases

    • • New York State Form ST-141, Individual Purchaser’s Report of Sales and Use Tax. Effective date and transitional rules. Sales other than leases.
    • In addition, for aircraft, vessels, and motor vehicles which are now subject to tax, sales or use tax also applies to each lease or rental payment made or...

    www.tax.ny.gov

  9. Important Notice | Change in the Collection of Sales Tax on Certain Leases

    • Recently enacted legislation that goes into effect June 1, 1990, changes the way sales and use tax will be collected on the leases of certain motor vehicles
    • Where an agreement is originally entered into outside New York State but the property is brought into New York during the term of the agreement...

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  10. Register and title a vehicle | New York State of Opportunity Department of Motor Vehicles

    • You do not need to be United States resident to register a vehicle in New York.
    • If you were not a resident of New York when you purchased the vehicle, use Sales Tax Exemption (DTF-803) to receive a non-resident exemption from NYS sales tax.
    • Leased vehicles. More than one owner or registrant.

    dmv.ny.gov