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Should I do a CA voluntary determination?


 

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Although it isn’t required, a good practice for aircraft making use of the California Interstate Commerce Use Tax Exemption is to proactivity submit for a voluntary determination. Technically you could wait for the state to issue a notice, but because California applies a penalty if you don’t register your aircraft in the state, receiving the notice is basically inevitable, and being proactive can help the process get off on the right foot.

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