In June 2012, Louisiana changed its state form, once again. All prior forms are still valid. The new form, R-1064, has a section for parish sales tax exemptions. The change will both save time and create more work. In the past, you would have had to provide a parish form AND a state exemption form. The new form accommodates both, so you will save some time. Prior to this change, the parish forms normally did not expire. The parish form is now linked to the state certificate, which means it will expire every three years and become part of the certificate process at that time. Visit the Louisiana Department of Revenue web site at http://revenue.louisiana.gov/default.aspx. The bulletin can be seen at http://revenue.louisiana.gov/forms/lawspolicies/RIB%2012-027.pdf
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