Arkansas Exemption for Children’s Homes

Monday, November 5th, 2018

 
 
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The Arkansas Department of Finance and Administration recently released a ruling that explains the state's exemption for children's homes. The taxpayer was a nonprofit organization that provided supportive housing for teens and young adults up to the age of 22.

Arkansas exempts sales to nonprofit orphan and children's homes. The ruling determines that homes provided to teens and young adults up to the age of 22 do not qualify for the exemption. The ruling explains that the exemption does not apply to housing that supports those over the age of 18. However, the ruling notes that the organization qualifies to make exempt food purchases. The exemption applies to food sold to nonprofit organizations for free distribution to the poor and needy.

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