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Saturday, July 13, 2013

2013 Back to School Sales Tax Holidays

With Back to school quickly approaching the sales will be starting and we will all be buying school supplies. Here is a list of the sales tax holidays states will be having to celebrate the back to school shopping.



July 26-27 Mississippi-Purchases of clothing and footwear less than $100 per item exempt.
Aug 2-4 Alabama-Purchases of computers (single purchase up to $750), clothing (up to $100 per item), school supplies ($50 per item) and books ($30 per item) exempt
Aug 3-4 Arkansas-Purchases of clothing and footwear less than $100 per item, clothing accessories less than $50 per item and school supplies are exempt.
August 18-24.Connecticut: Purchases of clothing and footwear less than $300 per item exempt.
August 2-4.Florida: Purchases of clothing ($75 per item) and school supplies ($15 per item) exempt. Florida added purchases of computers and computer accessories that are $750 or less per item to its list of exempt items this year.
August 9-10.Georgia: Purchases of clothing ($100 per item), computers and related accessories (single purchases up to $1,000) and school supplies ($20 per item) exempt.
August 2-3 Iowa:. Purchases of clothing and footwear less than $100 per item exempt.
August 2-3.Louisiana: The exemption applies to the first $2,500 of the purchase price of most individual items.
August 11-17.Maryland Purchases of clothing and footwear $100 or less per item exempt.
August 2-4.Missouri: Purchases of clothing (up to $100 per item), computers (up to $3,500), computer peripherals (up to $3,500), computer software (up to $350) and school supplies (up to $50 per purchase) exempt.
August 2-4.New Mexico: Purchases of clothing (less than $100 per item), school supplies (less than $30 per item), computers ($1,000 limit) and computer hardware ($500 limit) exempt.
August 2-4.North Carolina: Purchases of clothing (up to $100 per item), computers ($3,500 per item), computer supplies($250 per item), school supplies ($100 per item) and sports equipment ($50 per item) exempt.
August 2-4.Oklahoma: Purchases of clothing and footwear less than $100 per item exempt.
August 2-4.South Carolina: All purchases of clothing, footwear, computers, linens and school supplies exempt.
August 2-4.Tennessee: Purchases of clothing ($100 or less per item), computers ($1,500 or less) and school supplies ($100 or less per item) exempt.
August 9-11.Texas: Purchases of clothing, footwear, backpacks and school supplies less than $100 per item exempt.
August 2-4.Virginia: Purchases of clothing and footwear ($100 or less per item) and school supplies ($20 or less per item) exempt.

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