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Old 04-21-2023, 11:46 AM
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Personal Property Taxes South Carolina on Boat. I know that you have to pay annually. Can someone tell me roughly what the taxes that are collected on a boat with a value of lets say 100,000 just to get an idea.

How do they determine the value if you are moving from another state when you already own the boat and paid all fees.

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Ive got a 2008 24 Superboat with a 2015 300XS. They tax outboards separately here. I think I pay annual tax @ $320. It goes down every year. IIRC they value my boat/motor @ $40K

Where in SC are you moving to?
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