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"Trade-in property of like kind" means articles of tangible property traded in on property of the same generic classification. This means motor vehicles traded for motor vehicles and licensed recreational land vehicles for licensed recreational land vehicles. Property, such as a motor home, may be allowed as a trade-in in either classification. More than one trade-in is allowed, if the property fits the same generic classification as the item sold.
For purposes of the retail sales tax measure, the selling price excludes "trade-in property of like kind." This means that dealers will collect retail sales tax from retail customers on the price after the value of the trade-in is deducted.
The seller must accept ownership of the trade-in property and reduce the price of the purchased property at the time of sale by the value of the trade-in property. The trade-in must be used as consideration for the purchase of the property.
The trade-in value is negotiated between a seller and a buyer. The value and type of trade-in must be clearly identified on the sales agreement or invoice. The value cannot be reduced by over allowances, payoffs, or other encumbrances. Payment to lien holders does not decrease the trade-in value. Cash back to the customer for all or a part of the trade-in value does not constitute a trade-in for tax reduction.
A consignee may exclude from the sales tax, the value of a vehicle traded-in by a purchaser of a consigned vehicle, provided the traded-in vehicle was delivered as consideration for the purchase of the consigned vehicle.
The customer agrees to lease a vehicle for 36 months at $500 a month. There is a $3,000 cap reduction payment due at signing and the customer makes a $3,000 cash payment. The $15,000 trade-in allowance is applied toward the first 30 monthly lease payments.
The customer agrees to lease a vehicle for 36 months at $500 a month. There is a $5,000 cap reduction payment due at signing. The customer makes a $3,000 (cash) cap reduction payment and applies $2,000 of the trade-in toward the remaining cap reduction. The residual $13,000 trade-in allowance is applied toward the first 26 monthly lease payments.
The customer owes sales tax on the $3,000 cash payment. The $2,000 paid with the trade-in and the first 26 lease payments were exempted by the trade-in allowance. Sales tax will apply to lease payments 27 through 36.
There is a $3,000 cap reduction payment due at signing and the customer makes a $3,000 cash payment. The customer agrees to lease a vehicle for 36 months at $500 a month ($18,000). Since the total cost of the lease ($21,000) is less than the value of the trade-in ($35,000), the trade-in allowance is $21,000.
The selling price before deducting the trade-in value must be reported in the gross amount columns of the excise tax return under the Retailing and Retail Sales tax classifications. The "trade-in" deduction is allowed only under the Retail Sales tax classification. No B&O tax deduction is allowed for the amount attributed to the over allowance.
Thousands and thousands of vehicles are sold in Missouri every year. As a seller, there are certain things you should know before you enter into the sale of a vehicle. When a transaction occurs between two private parties, there are certain legal responsibilities and a reporting requirement that became effective in 2006.
Remember: All sellers and purchasers must print their names and sign the back of the title in the assignment area. These signatures do not need to be notarized. The seller must write in the odometer reading and date of sale. You may not use correction fluid (white-out) or erase marks from the title.
Effective January 1, 2006, the seller of a motor vehicle, trailer, or all-terrain vehicle must report the sale within 30 days to the Department. Sellers, other than Missouri licensed dealers, must submit a completed Notice of Sale (Form 5049) or Bill of Sale (Form 1957) form to report the sale. Click here for more information about reporting the sale of your vehicle.
If the purchaser of a motor vehicle trades in a vehicle as part of the transaction, the purchaser can deduct the value of the traded vehicle from the selling price. To be eligible, the trade-in must be taken as part of the same sales transaction and transferred directly to the seller. The tax is computed on the remaining selling price for the purchased vehicle.
The purchaser can take this deduction only by trading in a motor vehicle. Any other property, such as a boat, airplane, livestock, etc., that a seller takes in trade cannot be deducted from the selling price for motor vehicle tax purposes.
Be aware that when calculating motor vehicle tax due in a private-party transaction, where a trade-in is involved, standard presumptive value (SPV) procedures may apply to determine the taxable value of the selling vehicle but do not apply in determining the value of the trade-in vehicle.