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Illinois Register, Issue # 32
Illinois Register, Issue # 32 (August 10,2018) adopted rule for the Department of Revenue regarding
Use Tax – pages 15446 through 15457.
The corresponding Flinn Report synopsis for this rule reads:
USE TAX - The DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE adopted an amendment to Use Tax (86 IAC
150; 41 Ill Reg 10532), effective 7/27/18, affecting out-of-State retailers who display and sell
items at Illinois trade shows. The rulemaking exempts non-Illinois retailers from having to collect
and pay use tax on sales made to Illinois purchasers from their out-of-State locations (to which
they become subject if they establish a business presence or “nexus” in Illinois) if they meet the
following “safe harbor” conditions: the retailer attends no more than 2 Illinois trade shows
per calendar year, is physically present and engaged in trade show-related activity at those
events for a total of no more than 8 days per calendar year, and the retailer’s combined gross
sales receipts from those shows in a single calendar year do not exceed $10,000. All sales made
at trade shows remain subject to State and local sales taxes.
Since 1st Notice DOR has clarified the procedure for submitting a special event tax collection report
and added examples of when the tax applies or does not apply.
Questions/requests for copies: Jerilynn Troxell Gorden, DOR, 101 W. Jefferson St.,
Springfield IL 62794, 217/782-2844.
(Six examples are included in the Register; see pages 15455 thru 15457 at the link below.)
A link to the Illinois Register.
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