Wash. Admin. Code § 308-78-075 - Invoices issued by licensees

(1) When is an invoice issued? Every licensee must issue an invoice at the time of sale. If an electronic invoice is issued, a paper copy of the invoice is required to support a refund claim.
(2) What information is required on an invoice?
(a) The name and address of the seller;
(b) The name, address, and aircraft fuel tax number, if applicable, of the purchaser for all deliveries other than those made directly into the aircraft fuel tanks of unlicensed exempt carriers;
(c) The date of delivery, month, day, and year;
(d) The location of the point of shipment. Alphanumeric codes are not allowed;
(e) The physical address of the fuel delivery or exchange if different than the purchaser address, including the name of the state, Canadian Province, or foreign country. Alphanumeric codes are not allowed;
(f) In the case of a delivery onto a federally recognized Indian reservation or into Indian country, the invoice must identify the state, U.S. possession, or Canadian Province in which the delivery took place;
(g) Name of carrier transporting fuel;
(h) Name of product sold;
(i) The number of U.S. gallons of product sold in net or gross gallons;
(j) The price per gallon and the total amount charged; and
(k) A statement on the invoice indicating if the fuel has been sold without the Washington state fuel tax.
(3) What happens if a purchaser's invoice is lost or destroyed? The seller can issue a duplicate or copy containing all information on the original invoice, if requested by the purchaser. The copies must be plainly marked "copy" or "duplicate."
(4) What happens if an incorrect invoice is issued to the purchaser? The seller must issue a corrected invoice to the purchaser. The invoice must clearly indicate that it is a corrected invoice and reference the original invoice.


Wash. Admin. Code § 308-78-075

Statutory Authority: RCW 82.42.040. 09-07-077, § 308-78-075, filed 3/16/09, effective 4/16/09. Statutory Authority: RCW 82.42.100. 01-08-083, § 308-78-075, filed 4/4/01, effective 5/5/01.

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