Making assumptions when it comes to sales and use tax is ill-advised for any entity’s approach to compliance. This is especially the case for not-for-profits. Exemption from federal income tax can count for nothing in the sales and use tax world, and states are anything but uniform when it comes to exemptions available for not-for-profits. Even when there are sales and use tax exemptions available for not-for-profits, it’s essential to ensure that all administrative requirements are followed in order to properly claim the exemption.
At the very least, all not-for-profits need to ask themselves three questions when it …read more
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