Jul 27, 2010

Tax Free Shopping Days 2010!

Jul
27
2010
Tuesday


Each year certain states offer back to school tax free shopping days! Each state is different as to what is tax free and how long the sales tax holiday lasts. Check out the list below for when and what your state is offering this year. You can also go HERE to see all the tax free holidays within your state other than the back to school one.

Alabama (August 6-8): Clothing up to $100, computers -up to $750, school supplies – up to $50, books- up to $30
Connecticut (August 15-21): Clothing & footwear – up to $300
Florida (August 13-15): Clothing & books – $50, school supplies – $10
Illionois (August 6-15): Clothing, footwear and school supplies – $100
Iowa (August 6-7): Clothing -$100
Louisana (August 6-7): All taxable products -$2,500
Maryland (August 8-14): Clothing & footwear – $100
Mississippi (July 30-31): Clothing & footwear – $100
Missouri (August 6-8): Clothing – $100, computers – $3,500, school supplies – $50
New Mexico (August 6-8): Clothing -$100, computers – $1,000, school supplies – $15
North Carolina (August 6-8): Clothing -$100, school supplies – $100, instructional material – $300, computers – $3,500, other comp. – $250, sports equipment – $50
Oklahoma (August 6-8): Clothing – $100
South Carolina (August 6-8): Clothing, school supplies, computers, other
Tennessee (August 6-8): Clothing – $100, school supplies – $100, computers – $1,500
Texas (August 20-22): Clothing, backpacks, school supplies – $100
Virginia (August 6-8): Clothing – $100, school supplies -$20

Alabama

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clothing – $100
computers – $750
school supplies – $50
books
- $30

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  1. Darn. I live in Ohio. I wish we had one of those.

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