The University of Texas at Austin claims an exemption from taxes under Chapter 20, Title 122A, Revised Civil Statutes of Texas, for the purchase of tangible personal property, as this property is being secured for the exclusive use of the State of Texas. Each purchase order contains the tax exempt certificate. The university's Federal I.D. number is 74-6000203.
Print a copy of The University of Texas at Austin's Texas Sales and Use Tax Exemption Certificate.
For Amazon.com purchases, first download the Texas Sales Tax Exemption Certificate- Amazon.com, and then complete a one-time upload of this form to Amazon.com before making any purchases. For step-by-step instructions, see Uploading Sales Tax Exemption Certificate to Amazon.com.
Tax may still be charged on items ordered from other sellers that list products for sale on Amazon.com.
If tax is charged on items sold by sellers and fulfilled by Amazon, please send an exemption certificate which lists the respective seller's name on it to process a tax refund. You can submit your exemption documentation as a PDF e-mail attachment to email@example.com with the Amazon.com order number.
Amazon.com’s agreement with third-party sellers that fulfill their own orders does not allow Amazon.com to process tax refunds on the seller’s behalf. If tax is charged on items which are not fulfilled by Amazon, please contact the seller directly about requesting a tax refund request. To find more information about contacting sellers please visit: