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Streamlined Sales Tax Form
- Rev. 3/06-2
- State filled in as NE.
- Name of purchaser, including street address, city and state.
- Purchaser’s tax ID number with state issued or FEIN or State Driver ID, or Foreign Diplomat number. May still be valid if blank, but ID number entered in Part 5 below.
- Name of seller.
- At least one selection in Part 4: type of business.
- At least one selection in Part 5: reason for exemption. ID number must be entered in this section or in item 3 above.
- Signature of purchaser.
Nebraska Form 13 Resale or Exempt Sale Certificate
- Identification of both purchaser and seller.
- Selection of blanket or single purchase exemption.
- Statement of basis for exemption including completion of all information for chosen basis.
- Authorized signature.
- Date of issuance.
- Reg-1-093 declares that sales to the federal and state government are exempt. A certificate is still needed, but may be valid without a state issued ID number.
- Educational institutions have been issued letters of exemption by the State. Exempt organizations may use the SST form or present their state letter of exemption.
- Reg-1-013.11 recognizes the use of NE-Form 13, MTC, and SST as the only acceptable exemption certificates. The MTC form is only valid for 3 years from the signed date.
- Prior to 2004 Form 13 expired every 3 years. New Form 13 and SST forms do not expire. Older forms that stated they expire in 3 years should be renewed with the new forms that do not expire. The MTC form, as of 2010, still expires every 3 years.
- Per Information Guide 76-8 items sold to tribal members on reservations are exempt. Nebraska issued ID cards which should be presented, copied and maintained as an exemption certificate. Items sold to tribal members off the reservation are taxable just like any other transaction.
- NE-SST Form
- NE-Form 13
You can find these forms in the certificate library.