Animal Medical Care Not Taxable in Nevada

Friday, October 13th, 2017

 
 
Veterinarian checking a striped cat with a stethoscope.
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Nevada recently passed a law providing that charges for tangible personal property used or furnished by veterinarians in the medical care or treatment of animals are not taxable.

Nevada does not tax charges for diagnosing and treating medical conditions of animals. The law now considers veterinarians to be the consumers of tangible personal property used in the medical care or treatment of animals. As a result, veterinarians must pay sales tax on purchases of tangible personal property used in providing medical services and may not collect tax from the customer on these items.

  1. a veterinarian must collect sales tax from customers when it acts as a retailer. A veterinarian acts as a retailer when it provides or supplies tangible personal property to a customer without providing any medical services to an animal.

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