If you own and run a business or a non-profit organization in Indiana, actively seeking clarification on your tax-exempt status with regards to purchase and use of utility, then you have come to the right place.
We understand how confusing utility sales tax guidelines can be, and your reluctance to implement the solution as part of your tax saving strategy. You know there could be potential savings available on the table for you to collect, but at the same time, you don’t want to risk a penalty by applying for a benefit that you may not be eligible for.
And so, here you are in search of the answer to the question:
Does your company qualify for a utility sales tax exemption in Indiana?
If you run a business
You may qualify for the tax exemption if your business operations primarily revolve around:
- Fabrication and manufacturing
- Agricultural production
- Food and beverage processing
- Nursing and providing home assistance living services
- Equipment and infrastructure repairing
Of course, there are exceptions in each category, and therefore it’s recommended that you consult your individual case to a utility tax expert in Indiana for more tailored guidance.
Once you have verified your eligibility status, you can apply for the exemption by clicking here.
If you run a non-profit
Not many non-profit trustees and directors are aware of it, but even non-profits can claim tax savings on their utility purchases. You just have to prove the utility is used to support your organization’s goals and objectives.
For instance, if you run a non-profit that works to deploy telehealth units in underserved areas, you can make an exemption case for the electricity utilized to power treatment related equipment (computer, imaging modalities etc.).
If you want to know about how you can apply for a utility sales tax exemption as a non-profit, check out this helpful guide.
Still unsure about your tax-exempt status or need help with the application process?
Reach out to us for a non-obligation consultation.