Form TC-69 Schedule STC "Sales and Use Tax" - Utah

What Is Form TC-69 Schedule STC?

This is a legal form that was released by the Utah State Tax Commission - a government authority operating within Utah.The document is a supplement to Form TC-69, Utah State Business and Tax Registration. As of today, no separate filing guidelines for the form are provided by the issuing department.

Form Details:

  • Released on October 1, 2020;
  • The latest edition provided by the Utah State Tax Commission;
  • Easy to use and ready to print;
  • Quick to customize;
  • Compatible with most PDF-viewing applications;
  • Fill out the form in our online filing application.

Download a fillable version of Form TC-69 Schedule STC by clicking the link below or browse more documents and templates provided by the Utah State Tax Commission.

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TC-69STC
TC-69 Schedule STC
Rev. 11/20
Sales and Use Tax
EIN/SSN: __ __ _ _ ___ __ _
Fill out this schedule and attach it to your TC-69 form to register for any of the following:
• Sales and Use Tax license
• Cable operator or multi-channel video or audio service provider
• Natural Gas or Electricity purchases for resale or transportation
Clear form
Print Form
Sales and Use Tax
1a. Account mailing address (if different than the legal entity’s mailing address):
____________________________
Address:
_________________________
City, State, ZIP:
1b. Describe the nature of your business in detail (include the types of products sold).
USTC Use Only
SIC Code
1c. When will you start selling or making purchases?
Month
Day
Year
USTC SIC
1d. Estimate your annual net sales and purchases subject to tax.
NAICS
 $16,000 or less
 $16,001 - $800,000
 $800,001 or more
Check this box to voluntarily file monthly: 
1e. If you have a Streamlined Sales Tax (SST) number,
USTC Use
enter it here:
Only
1f. Are you a cable operator or multi-channel video or audio service provider with no Utah sales tax liability?
1f. CAS C/S
SWT(VA)
  Yes
  No
If yes, skip 1g.
1g. Sales and Use Tax
Check each box where your answer is "yes." Notify the Tax Commission if any of the information changes.
1. 
Will you sell goods or services from only one fixed Utah business location (includes vending machine operators
and door-to-door sellers with only one warehouse)?
2. 
Will you sell goods or services from more than one fixed Utah business location (includes vending machine
2. A
operators and door-to-door sellers with more than one warehouse)?
• If yes, complete and attach form TC-69B, listing each business location.
3.  Will you do one or both of the following:
a. sell goods or services that are shipped from outside Utah to a Utah customer(s)?
b. have goods or materials delivered from outside Utah to a location(s) in Utah other than your fixed place of business?
3. J
4.  Will you do multi-level marketing?
• If yes, complete and attach form TC-62MLM, Multilevel Marketing Agreement.
4. J (M)
5.  Will you charge admission or fees for any entertainment, recreation, exhibition, cultural or athletic activity
5. J (A)
provided somewhere other than your business location?
6. 
Will you provide services (cleaning, washing, dry cleaning, repairing or renovating tangible personal property)
6. J (S)
at non-fixed places of business and not sell tangible personal property?
7.  Will you receive recurring payments for leases or rentals of tangible personal property or services?
7. J (L)
8.  Are you a seller with no physical or representational presence in Utah who is selling goods or services
8. J (N)
shipped direct by U.S. mail or common carrier to Utah customers? See Pub 37, Business Activity and Nexus in Utah.
• If yes, complete and attach form TC-51.
• If yes, did you last year or will you this year have annual Utah sales of at least $100,000?  yes  no
 yes  no
• If yes, did you last year or will you this year have 200 or more Utah sales transactions?
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TC-69STC
TC-69 Schedule STC
Rev. 11/20
Sales and Use Tax
EIN/SSN: __ __ _ _ ___ __ _
Fill out this schedule and attach it to your TC-69 form to register for any of the following:
• Sales and Use Tax license
• Cable operator or multi-channel video or audio service provider
• Natural Gas or Electricity purchases for resale or transportation
Clear form
Print Form
Sales and Use Tax
1a. Account mailing address (if different than the legal entity’s mailing address):
____________________________
Address:
_________________________
City, State, ZIP:
1b. Describe the nature of your business in detail (include the types of products sold).
USTC Use Only
SIC Code
1c. When will you start selling or making purchases?
Month
Day
Year
USTC SIC
1d. Estimate your annual net sales and purchases subject to tax.
NAICS
 $16,000 or less
 $16,001 - $800,000
 $800,001 or more
Check this box to voluntarily file monthly: 
1e. If you have a Streamlined Sales Tax (SST) number,
USTC Use
enter it here:
Only
1f. Are you a cable operator or multi-channel video or audio service provider with no Utah sales tax liability?
1f. CAS C/S
SWT(VA)
  Yes
  No
If yes, skip 1g.
1g. Sales and Use Tax
Check each box where your answer is "yes." Notify the Tax Commission if any of the information changes.
1. 
Will you sell goods or services from only one fixed Utah business location (includes vending machine operators
and door-to-door sellers with only one warehouse)?
2. 
Will you sell goods or services from more than one fixed Utah business location (includes vending machine
2. A
operators and door-to-door sellers with more than one warehouse)?
• If yes, complete and attach form TC-69B, listing each business location.
3.  Will you do one or both of the following:
a. sell goods or services that are shipped from outside Utah to a Utah customer(s)?
b. have goods or materials delivered from outside Utah to a location(s) in Utah other than your fixed place of business?
3. J
4.  Will you do multi-level marketing?
• If yes, complete and attach form TC-62MLM, Multilevel Marketing Agreement.
4. J (M)
5.  Will you charge admission or fees for any entertainment, recreation, exhibition, cultural or athletic activity
5. J (A)
provided somewhere other than your business location?
6. 
Will you provide services (cleaning, washing, dry cleaning, repairing or renovating tangible personal property)
6. J (S)
at non-fixed places of business and not sell tangible personal property?
7.  Will you receive recurring payments for leases or rentals of tangible personal property or services?
7. J (L)
8.  Are you a seller with no physical or representational presence in Utah who is selling goods or services
8. J (N)
shipped direct by U.S. mail or common carrier to Utah customers? See Pub 37, Business Activity and Nexus in Utah.
• If yes, complete and attach form TC-51.
• If yes, did you last year or will you this year have annual Utah sales of at least $100,000?  yes  no
 yes  no
• If yes, did you last year or will you this year have 200 or more Utah sales transactions?
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TC-69STC_2
USTC Use
Only
9.  Are you a marketplace facilitator that makes sales of products (tangible personal property, products transferred
9. J (N)
electronically or services)? See Pub 37, Business Activity and Nexus in Utah.
• If yes, complete and attach form TC-51.
• If yes, did you last year or will you this year have annual Utah sales of at least $100,000?  yes  no
 yes  no
• If yes, did you last year or will you this year have 200 or more Utah sales transactions?
10.  Will you sell grocery food? See Pub 25 for the definition of grocery food.
10. G
11.  Will you sell motor vehicles, aircraft, watercraft or manufactured/modular/mobile homes in a city or town with the resort
11. X
communities tax or the state correctional facility tax? See a list of impacted communities at
tax.utah.gov/sales/impacted-communities.
12.  Are you a utility providing telephone service, electricity or gas?
12. U
• If yes, complete and attach form TC-62Q.
13.  Will you have retail sales of new tires? This includes new tires sold as part of a vehicle sale, new tires bought
13. SWT(WT)
on or for rented vehicles, and new tires bought from anyone not collecting the Waste Tire Recycling Fee.
14.  Will you provide motel, hotel, trailer court, campground or other lodging services for less than 30 consecutive days?
14. STR
15.  Are you a restaurant? See Pub 25 for the definition of restaurant.
15. SPF
16.  Will you rent motor vehicles (12,000 pounds or less) to customers for 30 days or less?
16. STL
17.  Will you sell residential fuels (electricity, heat, gas, coal, fuel oil, firewood and other fuels for residential use)?
17. (R)
18.  Will you purchase goods or services tax-free that you or your business will store or use in Utah?
See Pub 25 for the definition of use tax.
19.  Are you a municipality that generates your own taxable municipal energy,
19. STE(ER)
-OR- do you estimate you will collect municipal energy tax of over $1 million annually?
20.  If you did not mark question 19, will you sell taxable municipal energy?
20. STE(E)
21.  Do you provide only the transportation component of taxable energy delivered to the point of sale or use?
21. STE(ET)
22.  Will you sell disposable cell phones or disposable cell phone minutes?
22. SWT(CP)
23.  Will you be the first seller in Utah of lubricating oil in packages of less than 55 gallons?
23. SWT(LT)
24.  Are you a cable operator or a multi-channel video or audio service provider?
24. SWT(VA)
25.  Are you a sexually explicit business (see Utah Code §59-27-102)?
25. SWT(SX)
26.  Will you provide telecommunication services to end consumers?
26. SMT
• If yes, complete and attach form TC-62Q.
27.  Are you a telephone line provider (radio, land line, VOIP, etc.)?
27. SEM
• If yes, complete and attach form TC-62Q.
28.  Do you sell fuel for use in locomotive engines?
28. SWT(LF)
Sales Tax Applicants...
Temporary Sales Tax License for Special Events
NOTE: You must pay use tax on goods or services you
purchase tax-free and then use. See line 4 of your Sales
You must get a temporary sales tax license any time you
and Use Tax Return.
participate in a special event, even if you have a permanent sales
tax license.
Sales Tax Info
A special event is a one-time event or an event that runs six
See Pub 25, online at tax.utah.gov/forms, for sales tax
information. Find sales tax rates online at
months or less where sales occur.
tax.utah.gov/sales/rates.
Examples include fairs, festivals, antique shows, gun shows, food
shows, art shows, auctions, mall kiosks, swap meets, conventions,
hobby shows, seasonal stands in malls, and similar events.
See more information at tax.utah.gov/sales/specialevents, or
call 801-297-6303 or 1-800-662-4335, ext. 6303.
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