08/17/2021 - Notice of Rulemaking Hearing- Repeal of Rule 96

August 17, 2021


August 17, 2021

9:00 am CST


Andrew Jackson Building Hearing Room, Ground Floor 500 Deaderick Street Nashville, TN 37242

Sales and Use Tax Rule 96 currently provides that when a dealer sells tangible personal property or a taxable service to an out-of-state vendor who directs the dealer to deliver the property or service to the customer, the dealer is responsible for collecting the sales or use tax, unless other arrangements are made with the Commissioner before any sales and deliveries are made.

Public Chapter 646 (2020) and Public Chapter 759 (2020) set forth the most recent sales and use tax obligations for out of state vendors and marketplace facilitators regarding these types of transactions, making Rule 96 obsolete.

More information and the public notice from the Secretary of State can be found here