Please send in a signed and completed resale certificate to [email protected] Please follow all of the following guidelines listed below. Any resale certificates not meeting these guidelines will not be processed and will delay your account setup process.
The certificate may be in any form, but a BLANK RESALE (EXEMPTION FORM) is available. The certificate may be in any form so long as it contains:
+ The name and address of the purchaser.
+ The purchaser’s seller’s permit number (unless they are not required to hold one*).
+ A description of the property to be purchase.
+ An explicit statement that the described property is being purchased for resale.
+ The date of the document.
+ The signature of the purchaser or someone approved to act on his or her behalf.
*Some businesses are not required to hold a seller’s permit (for example, a business may not make sales in this state or it may not sell property that is subject to sales tax when sold at retail).
If you are a purchaser who is not required to hold a seller’s permit but who wishes to make a purchase using a resale certificate, you must indicate on the certificate you do not hold
a seller’s permit and why a permit is not required.
All customers must follow the guidelines below. Any applications not meeting the requirements below will not be processed:
+ Any seller’s permit / resale certificate that is expired or invalid will not be accepted.
+ For California, we require a copy of your seller’s permit and the completion of the blank resale certificate.
+ All other states are required to complete the blank resale certificate. If your state does not require a seller’s permit, please note this on the certificate.
+ All fields on the blank resale certificate must be completed.
When purchasing items for resale, registered sellers may avoid the sales tax by giving their supplier adequate documentation in the form of a resale certificate. A resale certificate indicates the item was in good faith that the purchaser would resell the item and report tax on the final sale.