The New York State Sales Tax Net Widens for Sales by Exempt Organizations

March 2009

Although New York law exempts certain types of organizations (such as nonprofit charitable,educational and religious organizations) from the payment of sales tax on their purchases, recent changes to the New York Tax Law and the regulations promulgated under that law have considerably increased the situations in which such qualifying exempt organizations must collect sales tax on their sales of tangible personal property (such as books, jewelry and furniture).

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