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Applying for tax-exempt status with the Internal Revenue Service requires several steps, including filling out the correct form for the appropriate section of the tax code, according to BizFilings. Usually, organizations... More »

Sales tax varies from state to state, but the most common sales tax exemptions are for resellers, the federal government and the state's own government institutions, according to SalesTaxSupport.com. Many states offer ex... More »

Sales tax exemption certificates only allow certificate holders to make purchases without paying sales tax. They do not make them exempt them from other taxes, according to the New York State Department of Taxation and F... More »

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A taxpayer who claims exempt on a W-4 form turned into an employer has Social Security and Medicare taxes taken out of a regular paycheck, according to the Internal Revenue Service. As of 2014, the Social Security tax ra... More »

A tax exempt certificate in Ohio is provided by the purchaser when making a purchase on an item that is exempt from sales taxes for specific purposes, such as purchasing building materials for a building used by a non-pr... More »

Sales tax exemption certificates only allow certificate holders to make purchases without paying sales tax. They do not make them exempt them from other taxes, according to the New York State Department of Taxation and F... More »

The forms to file for 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status are available at IRS.gov, states the Internal Revenue Service. Applicants complete Form 1023, Application for Recognition of Exemption Under Section 501 of the Internal R... More »