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No, the application for abatement must be filed by the leasing company.  It is the responsibility of the registered owner to file.  If you wish to initiate an abatement please get in contact with your leasing company.

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The bill should in most cases be paid as issued. Once you have re-registered your vehicle in the new state and cancelled your Mass. registration http://www.massdot.state.ma.us/rmv/  you should apply for an abatement with our Office, … More

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Yes, but you may be entitled to a partial refund. The process for applying for a refund is as follows: To qualify for an abatement you must have either cancelled the license plates or transferred … More

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First and foremost, notify the Registry of Motor Vehicles, as soon as you move http://www.mass.gov/rmv/  and effectuate your change of address. Excise in Massachusetts is not prorated based on moving from one town to another. You … More

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Most likely not! Valuations for excise tax purposes are not based on individual purchase prices. Excise valuations are based on specific, predetermined percentages of the Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (M.S.R.P.). The M.S.R.P. is reported in … More

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The following example may help you to determine the annual excise on a new or used car. In our example we are assuming a brand new vehicle. Our new vehicle is a model year 2011 … More

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