Saturday, August 6, 2011

Time for school shopping, here are your tax free states.

Here is a wonderful line up of all the states that will be participating in the tax free week.  This is a great time to stock up on all of your children's school needs. We live in Florida and wish they would up the total price that it is applied to on clothing.



Alabama:
From August 5-7,  no sales tax on up to $100 spent on clothing, $750 on computers, $50 on school supplies and $30 on books.
Arkansas:
From August 6-7,  no sales tax on up to $100 worth of clothing and any school supplies.
Connecticut:
From August 21-27,  no sales tax on up to $300 spent on clothing and footwear.
Florida:
From August 12-14,  no sales tax on up to $15 spent on school supplies and $75 spent on books and clothing.
Iowa:
From August 5-6,  no sales tax on up to $100 spent on clothing.
Louisiana:
From August 5-6,  no sales tax on all tangible personal property (TTP).
Maryland:
From August 14-20,  no sales tax on up to $100 spent on clothing and footwear.
Massachusetts:
From August 13-14,  no sales tax on all TPP.
Missouri:
From August 5-7,  no sales tax on up to $100 spent on clothing, $3,500 spent on computers and $50 spent on school supplies.
New Mexico:
From August 5-7,  no sales tax on up to $100 spent on clothing, $1,000 on computers and $15 on school supplies.
North Carolina:
From August 5-7, no sales tax on up to $100 spent on clothing, $100 spent on school supplies, $300 spent on instructional material, $3,500 spent on computers, $250 spent on other computer supplies ad $50 on sports equipment.
Oklahoma:
From August 5-7,  no sales tax on up to $100 spent on clothing.
South Carolina:
From August 5-7,  no sales tax on clothing, school supplies and computers.
Tennessee:
From August 5-7,  no sales tax on up to $100 spent on clothing, $100 on school supplies and $1,500 on computers.
Texas:
From August 19-21,  no sales tax on up to $100 spent on clothing, backpacks and school supplies.
Virginia:
From August 5-7,  no sales tax on up to $100 spent on clothing and $20 spent on school supplies.

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