The Kansas Department of Revenue and Kansas Small Business Development Center (SBDC) have teamed up once again to present a Free Sales and Use Tax Workshop tailored to the agriculture industry.
Carl York, KDOR Tax Specialist, designed this class to provide farmers, ranchers and others in agribusiness with information about the Sales and Use Tax laws in Kansas and how they apply to their business. The goal of this class is to help those in the agricultural industry gain a greater understanding on which purchases are subject to sales or use tax, which purchases are exempt, and how to properly claim the exemptions on exempt purchases.
Kansas law provides several sales tax exemptions for those engaged in the agricultural industry, but these tax exemptions are specific in nature and do not apply to all aspects of agribusiness. This class will start by going over basic sales and use tax laws to lay down a foundation of understanding and then apply these laws to the agricultural industry with an opportunity to ask questions.
This workshop will be held Monday, December 11, in the Memorial Union on the Fort Hays State University campus in Hays. Attendees will meet in the Trails Room #217 from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. Get the most accurate information straight from the source, the Kansas Department of Revenue.
For more information contact:
Amanda Legleiter, Kansas SBDC Office Assistant at (785) 628-5615.