SB 928 Modifies provisions of law regarding the sales tax treatment of sales for resale
Sponsor: Lager
LR Number: 4870S.04T Fiscal Note: 4870-04T.ORG
Committee: Ways and Means
Last Action: 5/12/2010 - Signed by Governor Journal Page: S1691
Title: SS SB 928 Calendar Position:
Effective Date: Emergency Clause
House Handler: Sutherland

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SS/SB 928 - This act provides that in general, sales for resale will not be subject to sales tax provided such subsequent sale is taxed in this or another state, for resale, or exempt from tax. Two exceptions to the general rule are created for charges for admission or seating accommodations at places of amusement, entertainment, or recreation, and for charges for rooms, meals, and drinks. In the case of the two exceptions, operators of such places must remit tax on the gross receipts received by such operators, and subsequent sales will not be subject to tax if they are an arms length transaction for fair market value with an unaffiliated entity.

The act exempts sales of sporting clays, wobble, skeet, and trap targets to any shooting range or similar places of business for use in the normal course of business and money received by a shooting range or similar places of business from patrons and held by a shooting range or similar place of business for redistribution to patrons at the conclusion of a shooting event from state and local sales and use taxes.