Connecticut Exempt Purchases by Qualifying Governmental Agencies
A sales tax exemption certificate can be used by businesses (or in some cases, individuals) who are making purchases that are exempt from the Connecticut sales tax. You can download a PDF of the Connecticut Exempt Purchases by Qualifying Governmental Agencies (Form CERT-134) on this page. For other Connecticut sales tax exemption certificates, go here.
Certain government agencies and transactions carried out by them in discharge of their functions are exempt from Connecticut's sales and use tax. However, this exemption does not apply to contracts completed on land not owned by a qualifying governmental agency„even if the completed project is to be handed over to the qualifying agency.
Exempt Purchases by Qualifying Governmental AgenciesPurchaser is: United States of Connecticut State Name of agency Name of agency (List exemption number, if any.) Federal credit union Connecticut municipality Name of credit union Town or district and agency entity exempted by Connecticut law Other Name of entity Exempting Connecticut statute Name of entity Exempting federal statute entity exempted by federal law Other or check box if acknowledgment letter from DRS is attached. Connecticut Development Authority Agent of a qualifying governmental agency listed above (Attach documentation of appointment as agent.) Name of agent: Agents CT Tax Registration Number: Agents Federal Employer ID Number: Name of qualifying governmental agency: Appointed agent for making the following types of purchases: Address of purchaser: Name of seller Address CT Tax Registration Number (If none, explain.) Federal Employer ID Number Check one box: Blanket certicate (CERT-134 may not be used as a blanket certicate for purchases of tangible personal property for resale at any one of ve fundraising or social events per calendar year exempt under Conn. Gen. Stat. 12-412(94). See below.) Certicate for one purchase only Purchases that qualify for exemption under Conn. Gen. Stat. 12-412(94). Indicate the number of prior fundraising or social events during this calendar year for which you claimed exemption under Conn. Gen. Stat. 12-412(94): _______________________ Check the appropriate box(es) and provide a written description of each item purchased: Tangible personal property Taxable services Description: Declaration by Purchaser The item(s) described above are tangible personal property or services being purchased under the exemption provided in Conn. Gen. Stat. 12-412(1)(A) or other applicable statute. The purchase of these items is exempt from sales and use taxes. I declare under penalty of law that I have examined this certicate (including any accompanying schedules and statements) and, to the best of my knowledge and belief, it is true, complete, and correct. I understand the penalty for willfully delivering a false return to DRS is a ne of not more than $5,000 or imprisonment for not more than ve years, or both. Name of purchaser By: Signature of authorized person Title Date If the purchaser is an entity exempted under Connecticut law other than Conn. Gen. Stat. 12-412(1)(A), I have entered the citation of the exempting law above. If the purchaser is an entity exempted under federal law, I have entered the citation of the exempting law above, or, if there is no specic statutory authority, I have attached a copy of the letter from DRS acknowledging the exempt status. If the purchaser is an agent of a qualifying governmental agency, I have attached a copy of the document from the qualifying governmental agency expressly designating the purchaser as agent. CERT-134, Exempt Purchase by Qualifying Governmental Agencies (Rev. 07/09) Connecticut Department of Revenue Services
Document Title: CERT-134, Exempt Purchases by Qualifying Governmental Agencies
Extracted from PDF file ct-cert-134.pdf, last modified November 1998
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Other Connecticut Sales Tax Certificates:
SalesTaxHandbook has an additional five Connecticut sales tax certificates that you may need.
|Certificate Code||Certificate Name|
|CERT-100||Resale Exemption Certificate|
|CERT-100-B||General Sales Tax Exemption Certificate|
|CERT-101||Machinery, Component Parts, and Replacement and Repair Parts of Machinery Used Directly in a Manufacturing Process|
|CERT-119||Purchases of Tangible Personal Property and Services by Qualifying Exempt Organizations|
|CERT-141||Contractor's Exempt Purchase Certificate|
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