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(a) Out-of-Town Sales. Any person engaging or continuing in a business who claims out-of-Town sales shall maintain and keep accounting records or books indicating separately the gross income from the sales of tangible personal property from such out-of-Town branches or locations.

(b) Out-of-State Sales. Persons engaged in a business claiming out-of-State sales shall maintain accounting records or books indicating for each out-of-State sale the following documentation:

(1) documentation of location of the buyer at the time of order placement; and

(2) shipping, delivery, or freight documents showing where the buyer took delivery; and

(3) documentation of intended location of use or storage of the tangible personal property sold to such buyer.