Sales Tax Exemption

Due to recent changes in tax law, we are required to start collecting sales tax from customers in most states unless we have a valid tax exemption certificate on file from the customer prior to them making a purchase.

Even though most of our products do qualify for tax exemptions when purchased for farm use, sales tax is collected unless we have a current and active "Sales Tax Exemption Certificate" on file for your account. We cannot refund sales tax once the sale is processed on the website, but you may be able to request a refund directly from your state’s taxing authority. If we have a valid tax exemption certificate on file, we will not need to collect sales tax on any items that qualify for the applicable tax exemption in your state. If you have any questions about this form feel free to contact us a 800-255-1071. We recommend that you consult a tax advisor if you have questions about the application of sales tax to your purchases or the availability of any exemptions.


INSTRUCTIONS

DOWNLOAD and PRINT the Sales Tax Exemption Certificate Forms (DOWNLOAD PAGE 1 - DOWNLOAD PAGE 2)
• Fill out both form pages and email them back to us. 
• Most smart phones can be used to take a photo of the completed forms. Then start an email to parts@bryantcombineparts.com, and attach the photos of both form pages and send them in. 
• Once you email us your properly completed tax exempt certificate, we can mark your account as tax exempt and provide you with a tax exempt code to use at checkout for all your future store purchases.

This is a multi-state form. Not all states allow all exemptions listed on this form. Purchasers are responsible for knowing if they qualify to claim exemption from tax in the state that would otherwise be due tax on this sale. The seller may be required to provide this exemption certificate (or the data elements required on the form) to a state that would otherwise be due tax on this sale.

The purchaser will be held liable for any tax and interest, and possibly civil and criminal penalties imposed by the member state, if the purchaser is not eligible to claim this exemption. A seller may not accept a certificate of exemption for an entity-based exemption on a sale made at a location operated by the seller within the designated state if the state does not allow such an entity-based exemption.