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Frequently Asked Questions About Agricultural Exemptions

1 - What records of sales should vendors who sell agricultural equipment and supplies maintain?

When the record of sale does not clearly include all elements necessary to justify exemption, a vendor may ask for a signed statement to indicate that the customer is a farmer or that the purchases will be used only for agricultural purposes. Even if a certification is provided, a vendor must collect the tax if he or she knows or should know that the purchase does not qualify for exemption.



 
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  q1 - 1 - What records of sales should vendors who sell agricultural equipment and supplies maintain?
  q2 - 2 - Are there any special provisions for sales by farmers?
  q3 - 3 - Are there any exemptions for food processing?
 
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