Sales Tax Exemption for Business
Find out if your business qualifies for a sales tax exemption.
The state of Iowa offers a processing exemption to residential agricultural customers (farmers) and co-ops, along with manufacturers, food processors, printers, greenhouses and restaurants and an exemption to private non-profit education facilities – not including churches – and governmental entities on the federal, state, county and municipality level and their associated boards, commissions and agencies. All customers must meet the Department of Revenue requirements and provide MidAmerican Energy Company with required documentations. Contact the Iowa Department of Revenue for more information.
The state of Illinois does not offer a sales tax exemption to Illinois utility customers. The tax charged on an Illinois bill is a state utility tax rather than a sales tax. A utility tax is levied on utility companies for receipts of furnishing service to their customers. Contact the Illinois Department of Revenue for more information.
The state of Nebraska offers tax-exempt sales to government and municipal agencies, educational institutions, hospitals and other specific agencies according to their rules and regulations. Customers must provide documentation supporting claims. Contact the Nebraska Department of Revenue for more information.
The state of South Dakota offers sales tax exemptions to government, municipal and relief agencies, agricultural entities, Native American tribes and other specific agencies according to their rules and regulations. Customers must provide documentation supporting claims. Contact the South Dakota Department of Revenue for more information.