Tax Free School Supplies

by Laura on July 29, 2010

Many states have tax free holidays for purchasing back to school supplies. Surviving the Stores has put together a great list of these tax free holidays:

Alabama (August 6-8): Clothing up to $100, computers -up to $750, school supplies – up to $50, books- up to $30

Connecticut (August 15-21): Clothing & footwear – up to $300

Florida (August 13-15): Clothing & books – $50, school supplies – $10

Illinois (August 6-15): Clothing, footwear and school supplies – $100

Iowa (August 6-7): Clothing -$100

Louisana (August 6-7): All taxable products -$2,500

Maryland (August 8-14): Clothing & footwear – $100

Mississippi (July 30-31): Clothing & footwear – $100

Missouri (August 6-8): Clothing – $100, computers – $3,500, school
supplies – $50

New Mexico (August 6-8): Clothing -$100, computers – $1,000, school supplies – $15

North Carolina (August 6-8): Clothing -$100, school supplies – $100, instructional material – $300, computers – $3,500, other comp. – $250, sports equipment – $50

Oklahoma (August 6-8): Clothing – $100

South Carolina (August 6-8): Clothing, school supplies, computers, other

Tennessee (August 6-8): Clothing – $100, school supplies – $100, computers – $1,500

Texas (August 20-22): Clothing, backpacks, school supplies – $100

Virginia (August 6-8): Clothing – $100, school supplies -$20

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