What is an EDI 283 Tax or Fee Exemption Certification?
EDI 283 is an ANSI X12 transaction set that is used to exchange information about tax or fee exemption to determine the tax-exempt status of businesses.
The transaction set can be used for the following purposes:
- To certify that a business is exempt from tax
- To verify that tax exemption certification has been acquired for a particular transaction
The data and format of EDI 283 Tax or Fee Exemption Certification are used for the electronic interchange of information. It is divided into various segments and data elements.
Workflow for the Exchange of an EDI 283 Tax or Fee Exemption Certification
EDI 283 falls under the category of X12G Government transaction sets. Buyers and sellers use this bilateral transaction set to exchange information about the tax exemption status of a business. It also verifies that a certification of exemption has been obtained for a particular deal.
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EDIConnect is an enterprise-grade EDI solution that simplifies the process of sending and receiving EDI messages. It is designed to handle X12, EDIFACT, and HL7 transaction sets through its built-in EDI parser, validator, and transaction builder. It also offers features to help businesses comply with EDI requirements and communicate seamlessly with their trading partners