Back to School Tax Free Holidays

In the United States, August and September are the start of the school year after the long summer break. Many states offer special sales-tax-free holidays when certain items like clothes, shoes, school supplies, and sometimes even electronics like tablets and computers can be purchased tax-free to give families a break on the expense.

The dates and items excluded from tax vary, but I found a helpful website that lists which states offer tax-free days and the dates. Plus, they also go into details about which items are included and the spending limits of your purchases.

For example, in Florida, there’s no tax on a computer purchase up to $750. In Georgia, the computer limit is $1000. New Mexico limits your school supply purchases to $30, while Louisiana excludes any personal purchase up to $2500.

Just click the link to check it out.

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