State of Oregon Taxes
Choosing Oregon as an RV Domicile State
We've put together a short summary of some factors to consider when choosing Oregon as your RV home domicile. Not all RV families may have the option of choosing their domicile. Read through to determine if your legal resident state has been decided for you:
Choosing an RV Domicile
State of Oregon TaxesFor most states, the most important consideration when choosing an RV home base is the way income taxes will affect you.
Most states charge residents an annual income tax, in addition to their federal income taxes.
State of Oregon taxes include income tax, but no state sales tax.
Oregon Drivers License and License PlatesMore items to consider with state of Oregon taxes are the Oregon drivers license and license plates and tags fees. All of these fees vary by state, so these state of Oregon taxes are something to compare and to take into consideration when choosing an RV domicile. Most of these fees are reoccurring.
RV Insurance and Oregon Auto InsuranceWhat state you call home determines your automobile insurance requirements.
Each state is different, and the coverage required might contribute to your RV domicile decision.
Oregon auto insurance requirements are as follows. Information on how to obtain Oregon RV insurance is also included.
Voting in OregonVoting is important to most Americans.
State politics might also be a consideration to take into account when choosing an RV home base. Here is the information on voting in Oregon.
Oregon Homeschool InformationEvery state in the United States has different homeschooling laws and regulations. Some states are very difficult to homeschool in, some states are very easy, while most states fall somewhere in the middle. Oregon homeschool laws have positive and negative points.
Oregon homeschool families must submit a letter of intent, only once, when the child begins homeschooling. If they move to a different district, the new district needs to receive a new letter of intent. Oregon homeschool families do not need to teach a specific curriculum, specific subjects, or adhere to specific attendance requirements, nor do parents need to be certified.
Oregon homeschool regulations do require children to be tested in grades 3, 5, 8, and 10. If the child is in the 15th percentile or lower, the child must be tested the following year. If the child again scores in the lower 15th percentile, then the child must be tested again the following year, at which time the district will get involved by assigning a teacher (at the parent's expense) to monitor the situation. The school district can recommend the child returns to public school at the end of an additional year, if testing scores remain low.
Oregon Homeschool Links
Other Domicile TidbitsThough state of Oregon taxes (and Oregon homeschool laws) are probably the big concerns you'll have when deciding on making Oregon your RV domicile state, other information might make a difference as well.
What sort of weather does Oregon have, after all you don't want to live half the year under snow! Also check out gun permit regulations, they are a hot discussion point among RVers.
RV Domiciles in Other StatesState of Oregon taxes not what you're looking for? Don't worry! There are 49 more states to choose an RV domicile from! Check out the following resources to help you to make your full time RV living decision.
DisclaimerThis RV home base and domicile guide is intended to assist you with making a decision on which state to call home. Though we have done our very best to find current laws and tax rates, each state has the ability to change their rules at any time. Please follow the links above and verify everything before making a decision.
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