• filter:

2017 State Sales Tax Holidays by State

  • Page :
  • 1
  • Text Only
  • Search this Topic »
Voting History
rated:

1 (22.63kB)
Disclaimer
2017 State Sales Tax Holidays

Arkansas (August 5-6): clothing - $100, school supplies  www.dfa.arkansas.gov 
Connecticut (August 20-26): clothing and footwear - $100  www.ct.gov/drs 
Florida (August 4-6): clothing - $60, supplies - $15, computers - $750  floridarevenue.com

Iowa (August 4-5): clothing - $100  tax.iowa.gov
Louisiana (August 4-5): Annual Holiday all TPP - $2,500 (2% rate reduction)  www.revenue.louisiana.gov 
Louisiana (September 1-3): firearms, ammunition and hunting supplies (2% rate reduction)  www.revenue.louisiana.gov 

Maryland (August 13-19): clothing & footwear-$100  www.marylandtaxes.com 
Mississippi (August 25-27): firearms, ammunition and hunting supplies  www.dor.ms.gov 
Missouri (August 4-6): clothing - $100, computers - $1,500, school supplies - $50  dor.mo.gov

New Mexico (August 4-6): clothing - $100, computers - $1,000, computer equip. - $500, school supplies - $30  www.tax.newmexico.gov 
Ohio (August 4-6): clothing - $75, school supplies - $20  www.tax.ohio.gov 
Oklahoma (August 4-6): clothing - $100  www.tax.ok.gov 

South Carolina (August 4-6): clothing school supplies computers other  www.sctax.org 
Texas (August 11-13): clothing, backpacks and school supplies- $100  comptroller.texas.gov
Virginia (August 4-6): clothing - $100, school supplies - $20, energy star products - $2,500, hurricane preparedness items - $60, generators - $1,000  www.tax.virginia.gov 

Expired Prior to This Thread

Alabama (February 24-26): hurricane preparedness generators - $1,000, supplies - $60  www.revenue.alabama.gov 
Alabama (July 21-23): clothing - $100, computers - $750,  school supplies - $50,  books - $30  www.revenue.alabama.gov 
Florida (June 2-4): Disaster Preparedness generators - $750, batteries - $30, fuel containers - $25, flashlights - $20  floridarevenue.com

Louisiana (May 27-28): hurricane preparedness supplies - first $1,500 (2% rate reduction)  www.revenue.louisiana.gov 
Maryland (February 18-20): energy star products  www.comp.state.md.us 
Mississippi (July 28-29): clothing & footwear - $100  www.dor.ms.gov 

Missouri (April 19-25): energy star products - $1,500  dor.mo.gov
Tennessee (July 28-30): clothing - $100,  school supplies - $100, computers - $1,500  tn.gov/revenue
Texas (April 22-24): generators - $3,000, storm devices - $300, preparedness items - $75  comptroller.texas.gov
Texas (May 27-29): energy star products  air conditioners - $6,000, other - $2,000  comptroller.texas.gov


www.taxadmin.org/2017-sales-tax-holiday 
www.salestaxinstitute.com/resources/sales-tax-holidays 

Georgia cancelled their sales tax holiday for 2017

Moderator Comment: This thread is mirrored to these forums: HOT DEALS, DEAL DISCUSSION, FINANCE. — Aug. 22, 2017 @ 8:07am
Member Summary
Staff Summary
Thanks for visiting FatWallet.com. Join for free to remove this ad.

rated:
which are the states that are year round

rated:
rufflesinc said:   which are the states that are year round
 

 Alaska, Delaware, Montana, New Hampshire, and Oregon

www.fool.com/taxes/2013/05/05/the-5-states-with-no-sales-tax.asp...

rated:
9 states in play today...

Florida (August 4-6)
Iowa (August 4-5)
Louisiana (August 4-5)
Missouri (August 4-6)
New Mexico (August 4-6)
Ohio (August 4-6)
Oklahoma (August 4-6)
South Carolina (August 4-6)
Virginia (August 4-6)

rated:
As usual, CA gets the shaft.

rated:
fivetalents said:   9 states in play today...

Florida (August 4-6)
Iowa (August 4-5)
Louisiana (August 4-5)
Missouri (August 4-6)
New Mexico (August 4-6)
Ohio (August 4-6)
Oklahoma (August 4-6)
South Carolina (August 4-6)
Virginia (August 4-6)
 

10 states as of today with the addition of Arkansas (August 5-6)

Last day for Iowa and Louisiana

rated:
Massachusetts exempts clothing items priced at $175 or less from tax year round

rated:
PA is tax free on all clothing all year round.. when I grew up in NY I remember always going across the border to buy clothes. Part of the reason they eventually added a $110 exemption for clothing year round in NY too. Now I live on the other side of the state and all the folks from OH/WV cross this border.

  • Quick Reply:  Have something quick to contribute? Just reply below and you're done! hide Quick Reply
     
    Click here for full-featured reply.


Disclaimer: By providing links to other sites, FatWallet.com does not guarantee, approve or endorse the information or products available at these sites, nor does a link indicate any association with or endorsement by the linked site to FatWallet.com.

Thanks for visiting FatWallet.com. Join for free to remove this ad.

While FatWallet makes every effort to post correct information, offers are subject to change without notice.
Some exclusions may apply based upon merchant policies.
© 1999-2017