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Expanded Temporary Storage Exemption
- Illinois Department of Revenue publication FY 2002-25 Expanded Temporary Storage Exemption, Informational Bulletin To: Illinois Retailers Effective January 1, 2002, a new exemption exists for certain sales of tangible personal property. As an Illinois retailer, you may sell tangible personal property tax-free to a purchaser that provides to you a written certification containing the following information: the expanded temporary storage permit number, which we have issued to the purchaser, and a statement that the property purchased will be temporarily stored in Illinois but subsequently will be transferred outside of Illinois for use or consumption solely outside the state. This exemption also covers property that will be processed, fabricated, manufactured into, attached to, or incorporated into other property as long as that property is temporarily stored in Illinois and used or consumed solely outside the state as described above. You may also accept a written certification from the purchaser that serves as a blanket certificate Expanded Temporary Storage.
Originally Deposited as: 1685
Phone Number: Language(s): EN-English Volume or Year: 2002
Number or Issue: January Date Created: 01 2002
Date Last Modified: 01 31 2002 Librarian Remarks:
Access This Publication1. FY 2002-25 Expanded Temporary Storage Exemption (20070205184231_Fy200225.pdf).
Document Size:52058 Software: Acrobat Distiller Version: 4.0 for Windows This is part of a series. It is part of Informational Bulletin: Illinois Department of Revenue: 3017