1. In order for the supplier to be eligible for the credit in section 142.854 it must provide notice to the director of a failure to collect the 1 tax within ten business days following the earliest date on which the supplier was
entitled to collect the tax from the eligible purchaser pursuant to section 142.848. The director shall establish the evidence a supplier must provide to receive the
credit. The claim for credit shall identify the defaulting eligible purchaser and any tax
liability that remains unpaid. The credit shall be claimed on the first return following the expiration of the
ten-day period as provided in this section if the payment remains unpaid as of the
filing date of that return or the credit shall be disallowed. The credit of the supplier shall be limited to the amount due from the purchaser,
plus any tax that accrues from that purchaser for a period not to exceed ten days
or the date of notification to the director or whichever is earlier following the
date of failure to pay. No additional credit shall be allowed to a supplier pursuant to this section with
respect to that purchaser until the director has notified the supplier that the purchaser's
eligibility to make deferrals in accordance with section 142.851 has been restored.
2. In the event that the credit to the supplier originates out of a failure to pay
a destination state motor fuel tax on shipments removed for export under subdivision
(1) of subsection 2 of section 142.815, the presumption in section 142.806 shall be raised that the fuel was removed for use in this state and thus taxable. The director shall seek payment of the tax in a dual capacity both to protect the
interests of this state and as the base state from which the shipment originated to
assist the destination state in the reporting or collection of tax due upon the receipt
of the fuel into that state.
3. The provisions of this section shall terminate as to the credits given for motor
fuel taxes not received due a destination state upon a reciprocity agreement being
entered into between the director and authorized representatives of that state as
to the collection of these taxes.
Revisor's Note: Word “the” does not appear in original rolls.
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