No, beginning May 15, 2018, sales of methanol, unless it is blended with any fuel or petroleum product, are not subject to gasoline or diesel taxes. Sales of unblended methanol are also exempt from sales and use tax. However, methanol continues to be subject to the $.01 special tax and the $.0004 environmental assurance fee. For more information, see Important Notice 18-12.
Is methanol subject to gasoline or diesel taxes?
- Are common carriers that deliver alcoholic beverages from direct shippers directly to consumers in Tennessee required to report such deliveries to the Department of Revenue?
- Is compressed natural gas subject to sales and use tax?
- How is returned merchandise that has a price equal to or less than $1,600 reported on the sales tax return to claim credit for the refunded sales tax?
- How is returned merchandise that qualifies as a single article of tangible personal property with a price greater than $1,600 reported on the sales tax return to claim credit for the refunded sales tax?
- What is the minimum markup increase set by the Unfair Cigarette Sales Law?