710:65-13-342 - Qualifications for "Juvenile Rehabilitation" exemption
710:65-13-342. Qualifications for "Juvenile Rehabilitation" exemption
(a) Qualification for the Juvenile Rehabilitation exemption. Sales tax does not apply to the sale of goods or services to organizations which take court-adjudicated juveniles for purposes of rehabilitation and which are exempt from taxation pursuant to the provisions of the Internal Revenue Code, 26 U.S.C., Section 501(c)(3). However, at least fifty percent (50%) of the juveniles served by the organization must be court-adjudicated and the organization must receive state funds in an amount which is less than ten percent (10%) of the annual budget of the organization.
(b) Application process. Application for exemption is made by submitting to the Taxpayer Assistance Division, Oklahoma Tax Commission, 2501 Lincoln Blvd. Oklahoma City, OK 73194, a completed Form 13-16-A, contained in Packet E available telephonically at (405) 521-3160 or online at www.tax.ok.gov along with supporting documentation as follows:
(1) Letter from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) recognizing the organization as exempt from federal income taxation pursuant to 26 U.S.C. § 501(c)(3);
(2) A copy of the last audit, income tax informational return, or other financial statements which will show that for the last fiscal year end before application, less than 10% of the budget of the organization was from state funds;
(3) A statement signed by a responsible officer of the organization that sets out the percentage of juveniles served which were court-adjudicated during the last fiscal year, giving the total number served, and the total number of those that were court-adjudicated;
(4) A written description stating the activities of the organization, as evidenced by copies of:
(A) Articles of incorporation;
(C) Brochure; or,
(D) Notarized letter from the President or Chairman of the organization which states the services provided by the organization.
(c) Exemption limited to eligible, properly documented transactions. Only sales of goods or services purchased by the organization, invoiced to the organization, and paid for by funds or check directly from the organization will qualify for the exemption described in this Section.
(d) Purchases by contractors. Purchases of taxable personal property or services by a contractor, as defined by 68 O.S. § 1352, are taxable to the contractor. A contractor who performs improvements to real property for "Juvenile Rehabilitation" organizations may not purchase the tangible personal property or services used to perform the contract exempt from sales tax under the exemption provided by statute to "Juvenile Rehabilitation" organizations.
Renumbered from 710:65-13-42 at 22 Ok Reg 1561, eff 6-11-05; Amended at 27 Ok Reg 2308, eff 7-11-10
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