Non-Profits and Sales Tax Exemptions on Purchases and Sales
Navigating Variations in how States Award and Administer Exemptions and Apply Nexus Rules
Recording of a 110-minute CPE webinar with Q&A
This teleconference will provide nonprofit advisors with a review of commonalities and exceptions in how states currently qualify non-profit organizations for sales tax exemptions on their purchases and sales, administer the tax break, and apply nexus rules and other general sales tax standards.
- What kinds of organizations qualify for non-profit sales tax exemptions
- Limitations on qualifying purchases
- Requirements for non-profits to use exemption certificates, get sales tax permits and file state reports
- Applications of sales tax exemptions to non-profit's assignee
- When a state's sales tax nexus rules apply to non-profits
- Which of a non-profit's sales can qualify for a tax exemption
The panel will review these and other material topics:
- Which types of charitable, educational, religious, social welfare, etc. organizations generally qualify for sales tax exemptions?
- How can state sales tax nexus rules catch non-profits?
- What should non-profits expect in the way of state oversight with exemption certificates, permit requirements, annual registrations, etc.?
- What are the restrictions on purchases allowed as tax-exempt, and on payment methods used?
- Can real property contractors and other assignees count on using a non-profit's exemption certificate?
Following the speaker presentations, you'll have an opportunity to get answers to your specific questions during the interactive Q&A.
Vice President of Nonprofit Services
National Corporate Research
His company provides an array of services to non-profit clients including sales tax exemption management, corporate... | Read More
His company provides an array of services to non-profit clients including sales tax exemption management, corporate filings and charitable solicitation regulations. He is the author of a book, “Nonprofit Fundraising Registration: The 50-State Guide.”Close
Director, State and Local Tax Practice
He works with corporate clients on planning, consulting and dispute resolution in all areas of state and local... | Read More
He works with corporate clients on planning, consulting and dispute resolution in all areas of state and local taxation. Before joining the firm, he worked on multi-state tax planning, consultation and litigation for an international law firm.Close