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State Form Does Tufts pay Hotel Taxes? Does Tufts pay Sales & Meals Tax? Comment for Hotel Taxes
Colorado MA St-2 No No Colorado will honor the home state sales tax exemption certificate. In order for a hotel room to be sales tax exempt the employee must be on mission related business, present Massachusetts form ST-2, and Tufts must directly pay for the room. This means that the employee cannot pay for the room using his or her own funds and be reimbursed by Tufts. If this happens the hotel room will not be sales tax exempt.
Connecticut Exemption Permit Yes No When an employee purchases a hotel room it is not tax-exempt. In order for for meals or lodging to be sales tax exempt they have to be related to a mission related event. Form CERT-112 will have to be filled out at least 3 weeks in advance and be approved by the Connecticut Department of Revenue. We will also have to send them a flyer about the event and provide them our Connecticut Exemption Permit Number.
Florida DR-14 No No In order for a hotel room to be sales tax exempt the employee must be on mission related business, present Florida form DR-14, and Tufts must directly pay for the room. This means that the employee cannot pay for the room using his or her own funds and be reimbursed by Tufts. If this happens the hotel room will not be sales tax exempt.
Illinois DOR Letter Yes No No exceptions to hotel tax.
Maine ST-2 No No In order for a hotel room to be sales tax exempt the employee must be on mission related business, present Maine form ST-2, and Tufts must directly pay for the room. This means that the employee cannot pay for the room using his or her own funds and be reimbursed by Tufts. If this happens the hotel room will not be sales tax exempt.
Massachusetts ST-2/ST-5ST5-C Yes No We will have to pay the hotel tax, but not the sales tax. In order for a hotel room to be sales tax exempt the employee must be on mission related business, present Massachusetts form ST-2, and Tufts must directly pay for the room. This means that the employee cannot pay for the room using his or her own money and be reimbursed by Tufts. If this happens the hotel room will not be sales tax exempt.
New Jersey ST-5 Yes No We will have to pay the occupancy tax, but not the sales tax. In order for a hotel room to be sales tax exempt the employee must be on mission related business, present New Jersey form ST-5, and Tufts must directly pay for the room. This means that the employee cannot pay for the room using his or her own money and be reimbursed by Tufts. If this happens the hotel room will not be sales tax exempt.
New York ST-119 No No In order for a hotel room to be sales tax exempt the employee must be on mission related business, present New York forms ST-119 and ST-119.1, and Tufts must directly pay for the room. This means that the employee cannot pay for the room using his or her own funds and be reimbursed by Tufts. If this happens the hotel room will not be sales tax exempt. We are also exempt from the New York City hotel unit fee and occupancy tax.
Rhode Island Exemption Certificate No No In order for a hotel room to be sales tax exempt the employee must be on mission related business, present the Rhode Island Certificate of Exemption, and Tufts must directly pay for the room. This means that the employee cannot pay for the room using his or her own money and be reimbursed by Tufts. If this happens the hotel room will not be sales tax exempt.

 

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