List: When is Your State’s Tax Holiday?

Students are going back to school in the next couple of weeks, so families across the country are stocking up on school supples and clothes for the fall. A number of states have “tax-free” days scheduled in the late summer, so parents can save money when purchasing their child’s supplies. Consumers’ Research has reprinted this list below from shopping and savings website DealNews.com.

 

StateDatesEligible Items / Max Cost (per item)
AlabamaJuly 21 – 23Clothing: $100
Computers: $750
School supplies: $50
Books: $30
ArkansasAugust 5 – 6School supplies: No limit
Clothing: $100
Clothing accessories and equipment: $50
ConnecticutAugust 20 – 26Clothing and footwear: $100
FloridaAugust 4 – 6School supplies: $15
Clothing: $60
IowaAugust 4 – 5Clothing and footwear: $100
MarylandAugust 13 – 19Clothing and footwear: $100
MississippiJuly 28 – 29Clothing and footwear: $100
MissouriAugust 4 – 6Clothing: $100
School supplies: $50
Computer software: $350
Computers: $1,500
Computer peripherals: $1,500
Graphing calculators: $150
New MexicoAugust 4 – 6School supplies: $30
Clothing: $100
Computers: $1,000
Computer equipment: $500
OhioAugust 4 – 6Clothing: $75
School supplies: $20
School instructional material: $20
OklahomaAugust 4 – 6Clothing: $100
South CarolinaAugust 4 – 6Clothing and accessories: No limit
School supplies: No limit
Computers and accessories: No limit
Bed and bath items: No limit
TennesseeJuly 28 – 30Clothing: $100
School supplies: $100
Computers: $1,500
TexasAugust 11 – 13Clothing and footwear: $100
Backpacks: $100
School supplies: $100
VirginiaAugust 4 – 6Clothing and footwear: $100
School supplies: $20

Source: https://dealnews.com/features/when-are-state-tax-free-weekends/

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