IDAHO SALES TAX EXEMPTION
Members of the IAFCC are eligible for full sales tax exemption on all purchases as of 2017, thanks to the hard work of IAFCC and free clinic advocates. For more information, visit The Idaho State Tax Commission website.
Member clinics must give the vendor/seller a completed Form ST-101, Sales Tax Resale or Exemption Certificate, on exempt purchases. The seller must keep the certificate and any other documentation and not charge tax on future qualifying sales to the buyer.
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Our Google Group is a private forum for members of the Idaho Association of Free & Charitable Clinics to network; ask questions; and share updates, news, and resources. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to join the IAFCC Members ListServ or submit your email using the button below.
We Support Idaho's Free Clinics
Idaho Association of Free & Charitable Clinics (IAFCC) envisions a healthy Idaho where all of us can get preventative, comprehensive healthcare and treatment for disease. We know that you do too. IAFCC is thrilled to support free clinics in Idaho and their workforces by providing resources for the staff, board members, and volunteers at our member clinics.
We also offer training, educational opportunities, and professional development for IAFCC members. Member meetings are hosted every other month on the third Thursday from 11:00 am-12:00 pm.
Don't miss our annual gathering! IAFCC and member clinics meet yearly at the Idaho FMC Annual Conference hosted by the Idaho Bureau of Rural Health and Primary Care, Division of Public Health, and the Idaho Department of Health & Welfare.
If you are a free or charitable clinic and not a member of IAFCC, contact Mindy at email@example.com. to learn more about membership benefits.