Idaho Statutes
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TITLE 63
REVENUE AND TAXATION
CHAPTER 36
SALES TAX
63-3621A.  Use tax on transient equipment. (a) As used in this section, the term "transient equipment" means tangible personal property which is:
(1)  Subject to use tax in this state; and
(2)  Eligible for depreciation under the federal internal revenue code and actually depreciated on the owner’s federal income tax return; and
(3)  Present in this state for a cumulative period of time totaling not more than ninety (90) days in any consecutive twelve (12) months. For purposes of this subsection, any part of a day is one (1) day.
(b)  In the case of transient equipment owned and operated by a nonresident of this state, the use tax imposed by section 63-3621, Idaho Code, may be the lesser of the amount of tax computed upon:
(1)  The value of the property. A recent sales price shall be presumptive evidence of the value of the property. If there is no recent sales price, the value shall be the fair market value of the property on the date the property is first brought into Idaho; or
(2)  The fair rental value of the property during the time the property is located in Idaho. Fair rental value is the amount for which the same or similar property could be leased or rented by the taxpayer from another, unrelated person in the business of leasing or renting such equipment for profit. A taxpayer electing to pay use tax on the fair rental value must establish the value by clear and convincing evidence. Any allowable credit for sales or use taxes paid to another state shall be first exhausted before any tax becomes due under this section.
(c)  If transient equipment taxed upon its fair rental value ceases to qualify as transient equipment, it shall be taxed as provided in section 63-3621, Idaho Code, based upon the value at the time the equipment ceased to qualify.
(d)  A taxpayer may elect to pay tax on the fair rental value on or before the due date of the first tax return on which the use tax is due. The election need not be filed with the state tax commission but must be reflected in the records supporting the computation of the tax shown to be due on the return. After the due date of the first tax return on which the use tax is due, an election may only be made with the written approval of the state tax commission. The commission shall grant approval only upon evidence establishing that at the time the equipment first became subject to use tax in this state, the taxpayer intended a use for the equipment which would have qualified the property as transient equipment.
(e)  Upon discovery of property subject to use tax in this state in regard to which no use tax has been reported, the state tax commission may assert use tax in the manner provided in section 63-3629, Idaho Code, based upon the fair rental value if the commission finds that at the time the equipment first became subject to use tax in this state, the taxpayer intended a use for the equipment which would have qualified the property as transient equipment.

History:
[63-3621A, added 1992, ch. 7, sec. 2, p. 13.]


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