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Further ordinance revisions

Posted: Monday, November 25, 2002

Other revisions have been proposed to the Kenai Peninsula Borough sales tax code besides the one dealing with recreational sales. Below is a brief list of what they are:

Allow mayor to determine appropriate application of fees.

Exempt state licensed medical and psychological service providers, the prescriptions they write and provide for new state-licensed services to be added to the list of exemptions.

Exempt all child-care and adult daycare services.

Exemption for services performed under warranties and service agreements.

Provide for taxation of nonprofits when they compete directly with for-profit entities.

Allow lodging and meals to be eligible for resale treatment.

Reduce the cost of owner-builder card and exempt services.

Remove reference to an Intermediate Service Certificate and approval and compliance requirement to the Resale Card process.

Define the taxability of vending machine sales on a per-transaction basis.

Give direction to the treatment of installment sales and vehicle leases that will comply with current and potential seasonal sales tax rates.

Provide for taxation of services based on the invoicing practice of the provider.

Make the point of sale of goods the retail outlet from which they were sold.

Make quarterly filing the standard and increase flexibility in filing sales tax returns.

Add and amend definitions to provide clarity.



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