I am in the military- do I pay taxes on my vehicle?

KANSAS RESIDENTS - Pursuant to Kansas Statute 79-5107(e,) not more than two motor vehicles may qualify for exemption from property taxation in Kansas if the resident individual is “mobilized or deployed” on the date of the application for registration of the vehicle(s.) A separate exemption may be granted by the Kansas Board of Tax Appeals for RV-titled vehicles pursuant to K.S.A 79-5121(e.) The military individual claiming the exemption must be shown on the title as a legal owner of the vehicle(s) and must claim Kansas as their permanent resident state with the military (as seen on LES.) One of the following situations must apply for the military individual to receive the exemption: in the full-time regular military service of the United States (stationed or deployed,) in the National Guard or Reserves (under Title 10 or 32) and mobilized or deployed, active Guard or Reserve status. Documents needed for exemption are: Current full month LES showing home of record & BAH zip code showing where you are stationed Orders/ORB/ERB Completed Military Personnel Affidavit for Motor Vehicle Tax Exemption (TR-601) OUT OF STATE RESIDENTS STATIONED IN KANSAS- Military personnel NOT CLAIMING Kansas as their home state of record are exempt from paying personal property taxes on all vehicles they choose to title in Kansas. The individual in the military must be listed as an owner on the Kansas Title of the vehicle being registered. All of the following situations must apply for the military individual to receive the exemption: Kansas is not their permanent resident state with the military, their &/or their spouse’s name is shown on the title as the legal owner of the vehicle, in the full-time regular military service of the United States, absent from their permanent resident state in compliance of military orders and the personal property is located outside the permanent resident state, and the personal property being claimed for exemption is not used in or arising from a trade or business. Documents needed for exemption are: Current full month LES showing home of record & BAH zip code showing where you are stationed Orders/ORB/ERB Completed Military Personnel Affidavit for Motor Vehicle Tax Exemption (TR-601)

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