FREE sales tax days! Selected States-Check for Dates

FREE sales tax days! Selected States-Check for Dates

FREE sales tax days are coming!! This is a list of states and the dates: Alabama: August 1-3 Connecticut: August 17-23 District of Columbia: August 2-10 Georgia: October 2-10 Iowa: August 1-2 Missouri: August 1-3

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    Piggy FREE sales tax days! Selected States-Check for Dates

    FREE sales tax days are coming!!

    This is a list of states and the dates:

    Alabama: August 1-3
    Connecticut: August 17-23
    District of Columbia: August 2-10
    Georgia: October 2-10
    Iowa: August 1-2
    Missouri: August 1-3
    New Hampshire: Everyday, lol (No sales tax)
    New Mexico: August 1-3
    North Carolina: August 1-3
    Oklahoma: August 1-3
    Oregon: Everyday (No Sales Tax)
    South Carolina: August 1-3
    Tenessee: August 1-3
    Texas: August 15-17

    Vermont: July 12-18
    Virginia: August 1-3 and October 10-13
    West Virginia: September 1-7

    States NOT Participating this year:

    FL, KY,
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    Here are two more for your list.

    Louisiana: In a broad-based holiday that goes well beyond back-to-school items, the first $2,500 of the price of most items of tangible personal property purchased from August 1-2, 2008, will be exempt. The holiday covers purchases by consumers for nonbusiness use, but does not apply to transactions involving vehicles, meals, taxable services, or leases or rentals of tangible personal property.


    *The Massachusetts House and Senate approved a 2008 sales tax holiday and sent it to Gov. Deval Patrick on July 23 (blogged here). UPDATE July 31, 2008: Patrick has signed the bill.

    Massachusetts* August 16-17 Most items costing $2,500 or less; purchases of vehicles, meals and certain services remain taxable,

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    Great Add, Thanks for sharing & Welcome to the boards
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