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Old 29 Jan 2014, 05:48 pm
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Default texas benefit's fo 100%disabled vet?

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Old 29 Jan 2014, 06:06 pm
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there are no tax benefits on cars no matter who you are or where you live, your tags might be cheaper, but that depends on the state. (you need to ask the state about your tags)

Cars are a 'sale' item, there is tax on sale items, everyone must pay the tax on items for sale. (except on some food) The US doesn't owe you a car because you are a disabled vet...
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