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  • Are purchases made by Canadian residents exempt from North Dakota sales tax? North Dakota

    Purchases made by Canadian residents are not exempt from North Dakota sales tax. Canadian residents shopping in North Dakota must pay the tax at the time of purchase. Canadian residents may obtain a refund of the sales tax paid on qualifying purchases. Goods consumed in North Dakota, including motel rooms, restaurant meals, etc. are not eligible for refund.

    Qualifying purchases include goods purchased to be removed from North Dakota for use exclusively outside the state, taxable purchases are $25.00 or more per receipt and the refund request is $15.00 or more.

    To obtain a refund on qualifying purchases, the Canadian resident must complete the Canadian Residents Request for Sales Tax Refund form and mail it to the Tax Commissioner along with the original sales receipts.
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