710:65-13-344 - Exemption for tax exempt, nonprofit organizations, which provide services during the day to homeless persons
710:65-13-344. Exemption for tax exempt, nonprofit organizations, which provide services during the day to homeless persons
(a) Qualification for tax-exempt, nonprofit organizations which provide services during the day to homeless person exemption. Sales of tangible personal property to a nonprofit organization exempt from income taxation pursuant to the provisions of the Internal Revenue Code, 26 U.S.C. Section 501(c)(3), which is organized primarily for the purpose of providing services to homeless persons during the day and located in a metropolitan area with a population in excess of five hundred thousand (500,000) persons according to the latest Federal Decennial Census are exempt from sales tax.
(b) Application process. Application for exemption is made by submitting to the Taxpayer Assistance Division, Oklahoma Tax Commission, 2501 N. 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) A letter from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) recognizing the organization as exempt from federal income taxation pursuant to 26 U.S.C. Section 501(c)(3); and
(2) Documentation showing that the organization was established to provide services to homeless persons during the day and is located in a metropolitan area with a population in excess of five hundred thousand (500,000) persons according to the latest Federal Decennial Census. Also, a written description of the services of the organization, as may be evidenced by copies of:
(A) Articles of incorporation;
(C) Brochure; or
(D) Notarized letter from the President or Chairman of the organization.
(c) Exemption limited to eligible, properly-documented transactions. Only those purchases actually 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 tangible personal property by a contractor, as defined by 68 O.S. Section 1352, are taxable to the contractor. A contractor who performs improvements to real property for organizations which qualify for the exemption from sales tax on their purchases described in this Section may not purchase tangible personal property or services to perform the contract exempt from sales tax under the exemption provided by statute to the qualified organizations.
Added at 23 Ok Reg 2847, eff 6-25-06; Amended at 27 Ok Reg 2308, eff 7-11-10
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