2007 State Sales Tax Holidays for Back-to-School Shopping

Written by dad - 21 Comments

It’s that time of year again… Back-to-school shopping is just around the corner. What follows is a list of state sales tax holidays that are scheduled to take place during the back-to-school shopping season. In each case, I’ve listed the pplicable dates, the items covered, and the maximum values of eligible items (if applicable). So there you have it… Go forth and buy tax-free goods!

Alabama, August 3rd-5th
Clothing – $100
Computers – $750
School supplies – $50
Books – $30

Connecticut, August 19th-25th
Clothing – $300

District of Columbia, August 4th-12th
Clothing – $100
School supplies – $100

Georgia, August 2nd-5th
Clothing – $100
School supplies – $20
Computers – $1,500

Florida, August 4th-13th
Clothing – $50
School supplies – $10

Iowa, August 3rd-4th
Clothing – $100

Missouri, August 3rd-5th
Clothing – $100
Computers – $3500
School supplies – $50

New Mexico, August 3rd-5th
Clothing – $100
Computers – $1,000
School supplies – $15

North Carolina, August 3rd-5th
Clothing – $100
School supplies – $100
Computers – $3,500
Other computer items – $250
Sports equipment – $50

Oklahoma, August 3rd-5th
Clothing – $100

South Carolina, August 3rd-5th
Clothing
School supplies
Computers
Linens

Tennessee, August 3rd-5th
Clothing – $100
School supplies – $100
Computers – $1,500

Texas, August 17th-19th
Clothing and backpacks – $100

Virginia, August 3rd-5th
Clothing – $100
School supplies – $20

Published on July 11th, 2007 - 21 Comments
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