Section I-4361 - Wholesalers and Jobbers Required to Keep Records (Louisiana Code of Regulations)

§ I-4361. Wholesalers and Jobbers Required to Keep Records

A. As provided by R.S. 47:310 and R.S. 47:337.30, w holesalers and jobbers are clearly within the definition of dealers set forth in R.S. 47:301(4) and as dealers, are required to maintain complete and accurate records pertaining to all sales of tangible personal property made within a taxing jurisdiction whether such sales are for cash or on terms of credit or whether they are taxable or exempt.

B. For a complete description of records which must be kept by all dealers, see R.S. 47:309, R.S. 47:337.29, and LAC 61:I.4359.

C. In the case of wholesalers and jobbers, R.S. 47:310(B) and R.S. 47:337.30(B) provide that whoever violates this requirement shall be fined not less than $50 nor more than $200 or imprisoned for not less than 10 days nor more than 30 days, or both, for the first offense. For the second or each subsequent offense, the penalties double.

(Promulgated by the Department of Revenue and Taxation, Sales Tax Section, LR 13:107 (February 1987), amended by the Department of Revenue, Policy Services Division, LR 31:101 (January 2005).)

AUTHORITY NOTE: Promulgated in accordance with R.S. 47:310, R.S. 47:337.2, R.S. 47:337.30, and R.S. 47:1511.

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