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Signing Over the Title Some states may require that the document be signed in front of a notary. Once the title has been signed by all parties involved and notarized (if applicable), then ownership of the car has been properly transferred. Signing over a car title to someone is relatively simple.
All car titles must be signed by the owners listed on the title in order to be registered with the state. If the co-owners names are joined with and then both parties must be present to sell the car. Titles using or between the co-owners' names either party can sell the car without the other party present.
The procedures for transferring ownership are similar to buying or selling a car: the donor must include the odometer disclosure on the title, both parties must sign and date the title, and the recipient must go to the DMV and apply for a a new title in his/her name and pay the transfer fee.
The sale of a car without the certificate of title can pose risks for both the seller and the buyer. The biggest risk for the seller is continuing liability for the vehicle if ownership is not legally transferred. The absence of a title also means that the buyer cannot insure or register the vehicle.
In many states, a seller is required to sign the back of the existing title along with the date, sale price, and exact odometer reading before handing it over to the buyer. The buyer would then take the title and register it. Have both parties sign it, then send the bill of sale to the DMV.
You might wonder about the value of gifting a car vs selling for $1. The theory is that a $1-dollar sale will have taxes calculated on that purchase price, not the car's value. But the DMV isn't going to be fleeced that easily the DMV gift car process is the better way.
Selling a car means that, as the original owner, you don't have to pay any tax. This may make selling a car a better option than giving it to a friend or family member, which could cause the gift tax to come into play. According to the IRS, any gift worth more than $13,000 is liable for gift taxes, as of 2010.
Sales Tax. Some states charge tax on only the vehicle's sales price, so selling the car for $1 will limit the sales tax charge. If you gift the vehicle, your state might allow your daughter to submit proof that you originally paid tax for the car's original purchase and waive some or all of the tax charges.
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