Exemption Certificate Welcome Page

You will need to:

  1. Sign-in or register with the Kansas Department of Revenue Customer Service Center.
  2. Select one of the below exemption certificate types.
  3. Complete and submit an exemption certificate application.

Tax Entity Exemption Certificates:

The department issues numbered exemption certificates to a specified group of entities and organizations exempt from sales tax under K.S.A. 79-3606. See Exemption Certificate frequently asked questions for more information.

State Rate Increase Exemption Certificate for Contractors:

This is a special exemption certificate for contractors with a binding written construction contract dated prior to May 1, 2015 that will exempt the sales and use tax rate increase of 0.35% from labor services and materials to be incorporated into the construction project.

Project Exemption Certificates (PECs) / Agent Status:

This is a special application for governments, schools, hospitals and other statutory identified organizations to apply for and obtain an exemption for indirect purchases by a contractor.

Enterprise Zone Project Exemption Certificates (EZPECs):

An EZPEC allows exempt purchases of materials or services used in business construction as identified in K.S.A. 79-3606(cc).  Machinery and equipment purchased and installed at the business may also be exempt from sales tax.

Manufacturer / Processor Exemption Numbers:

This is a number issued by the department to be used in conjunction with the Consumed in Production Exemption Certificate (ST-28C), Ingredient or Component Part Exemption Certificate (ST-28D), or Integrated Production Machinery and Equipment Exemption Certificate (ST-201).

Access Kansas Application for Sales Tax Exemption Certificates (Pub. KS-1528): User Guide included.

Retailer Verification of a Tax Entity Exemption Certificate:

This application provides a way for retailers to verify Kansas Tax Entity Exemption Numbers being presented at the time of purchase.

Businesses and Tax Exemptions:

Some purchases made by businesses, such as the purchase of goods or merchandise intended for resale, are exempt from sales tax. A complete listing of exemptions and the exemption forms are located in publication KS-1520.

Should you have any questions or require assistance, please feel free to contact us at 785-296-3081 or by email: kdor_exemptcert@ks.gov.