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HB16-1187

Sales & Use Tax Exemption Retirement Communities Food

Concerning a sales and use tax exemption for meals provided in certain retirement communities.
Session:
2016 Regular Session
Subject:
Fiscal Policy & Taxes
Bill Summary

The act creates:
  • A sales and use tax exemption for the sale, storage, use, or consumption by residents of food, food products, snacks, beverages, and meals (food products) on the premises of a retirement community;
  • A sales and use tax exemption for the sale, storage, use, or consumption of any container, bag, or article (packaging) used by or furnished to a consumer for the purpose of packaging, bagging, or use with food products consumed by residents on the premises of a retirement community;
  • A sales tax exemption for the sale of food products to a retirement community for purposes of a sale of food products for consumption by residents on the premises of such community;
  • A sales tax exemption for the sale to a retirement community of any packaging used by or furnished to a consumer for purposes of a sale of food products on the premises of such community;
  • A use tax exemption for the storage, use, or consumption of food products by a retirement community for purposes of a sale of food products for consumption by residents on the premises of such community; and
  • A use tax exemption for the storage, use, or consumption by a retirement community of any packaging used by or furnished to a consumer for purposes of a sale of food products for consumption by residents on the premises of such community.

The act defines 'food' for purposes of this particular sales and use tax exemption to include prepared salads, salad bars, and packaged and unpackaged cold sandwiches.

(Note: This summary applies to this bill as enacted.)

Status

Introduced
Passed
Became Law

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