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Many are gearing up for back-to-school season, but with  in the US, buyings  may hurt your wallet a little more this year. A recent  found that inflation is affecting 80% of Americans' back-to-school shopping plans of 85% -- 47% of them say they're plan on buying only essentials.If you're looking to  this back-to-school season, you could find out if your state is holding a sales tax holiday. During tax-free events, participating states pause or reduce state and sometimes local sales taxes -- some for a weekend, others for a full week or even longer. The suspended tax breaks only apply to specific categories, such as books, clothing, computers and athletic gear.Eighteen states are holding sales tax holidays this summer, though a number have already passed. See our map and state-by-state descriptions below to find out if your state is participating, when the event takes place and which items are tax-free.

For more ways to save money, find out if your state is offering a  or . !function(e,i,n,s)var t="InfogramEmbeds",d=e.getElementsByTagName("script")[0];if(window[t]&&window[t].initialized)window[t].process&&window[t].process();else if(!e.getElementById(n))var o=e.createElement("script");o.async=1,o.id=n,o.website style="padding:8px 0;font-family:Arial!important;font-size:13px!important;line-height:15px!important;text-align:center;border-top:1px solid #dadada;margin:0 30px"> Tax-free dates and deals, by state









Connecticut













Dates: Aug. 21 to 27, 2022Tax-free itemsClothing and shoes: $100 or less per item, excluding athletic gear and uniforms.View the  on the Connecticut Department of Revenue website.




































Maryland













Dates: Aug. 14 to 20, 2022Tax-free itemsClothing and shoes: $100 or less per item.Backpacks: Tax-free for the first $40 spent.View the  on the Comptroller of Maryland website.




















Illinois













Dates: Aug. 5 to 14, 2022Reduced-tax itemsSchool supplies and clothing items totaling under $125 will receive a 5% sales tax reduction.View the  on the Illinois Department of Revenue website.




















Massachusetts













Dates: Aug. 13 to 14, 2022Tax-free itemsRetail items purchased for personal use (business purchases excluded): $2,500 or less, excluding meals, motor vehicles, motorboats, gas, electricity, tobacco, marijuana products and alcoholic beverages). View the  on the Massachusetts Department of Revenue website.










Sales tax holidays that have passed









Alabama













Dates: July 15 to 17, 2002 (passed)Tax-free items:Most clothing under $100 -- including pants, shirts shoes, coats and school uniforms -- as well as diapers. Sports and recreational equipment and clothing accessories are not included in the tax-free weekend. For the full list of items visit the .




















Arkansas













Dates: Aug. 6 to 7, 2022 (passed)Tax-free itemsClothing and shoes: $100 or less per item.School accessories: $50 or less per item.Computers and selected school supplies.View the  on the Arkansas Department of Finance and Administration website.




















Florida













Dates: July 25 to Aug. 7, 2022 (passed)Tax-free itemsClothing and shoes: $60 or less per item.Select accessories: $60 or less per item.School supplies: $15 or less per item.Computers: Tax-free for the first $1,000 spent.View the  on the Florida Department of Revenue website.




















Iowa













Dates: Aug. 5 to 6, 2022 (passed)Tax-free itemsClothing and shoes: $100 or less per item, excluding athletic gear, backpacks and handbags.View the  on the Iowa Department of Revenue website.




















Mississippi













Dates: July 29 to 30, 2022 (passed)Tax-free itemsClothing and shoes: $100 or less per item.School supplies: $100 or less per item.View the  on the Mississippi Department of Revenue website.




































Missouri













Dates: Aug. 5 to 7, 2022 (passed)Tax-free itemsClothing: $100 or less per item.School supplies: $50 or less per item.Computer software: $350 or less per item.Personal computers: $1,500 or less per item.Graphing calculators: $150 or less per item.View the  on the Missouri Department of Revenue website.




















New Mexico













Dates: Aug. 5 to 7, 2022 (passed)Tax-free itemsClothing and shoes: $100 or less per item.Computers: $1,000 or less per item.Computer software: $500 or less per item.School supplies: $30 or less per item.View the  on the New Mexico Taxation and Revenue website.




















Ohio













Dates: Aug. 5 to 7, 2022 (passed)Tax-free itemsClothing: $75 or less per item.School supplies and books: $20 or less per item.View the  on the Ohio Department of Taxation website.




















Oklahoma













Dates: Aug. 5 to 7, 2022 (passed)Tax-free itemsClothing and shoes: $100 or less per item, excluding athletic gear and uniforms.View the  on the Oklahoma Tax Commission website.




















South Carolina













Dates: Aug. 5 to 7, 2022 (passed)Tax-free itemsClothing and shoes.Select accessories.School supplies.Computers.View the  on the South Carolina Department of Revenue website.




















Tennessee













Dates: July 29 to 31, 2022 (passed)Tax-free itemsClothing and shoes: $100 or less per item, excluding handbags, jewelry and sports gear.School and art supplies: $100 or less per item.Laptops, tablets and computers: $1,500 or less per item.View the  on the Tennessee Department of Revenue website.




















Texas













Dates: Aug. 5 to 7, 2022 (passed)Tax-free itemsClothing and shoes: $100 or less per item.School supplies: $100 or less per item.View the  on the Texas Comptroller website.




















Virginia













Dates: Aug. 5 to 7, 2022 (passed)Tax-free itemsClothing and shoes: $100 or less per item.School supplies: $20 or less per item.Energy Star, WaterSense and hurricane preparedness items (with qualifying limits).View the  on the Virginia Department of Taxation website.




































West Virginia













Dates: Aug. 5 to 8, 2022 (passed)Tax-free itemsClothing: $125 or less per item.Certain school supplies: $50 or less per item.School books and instructional materials: $20 or less per item.Laptop and tablets: $500 or less per item.Sports equipment: $150 or less per item.View the  on the West Virginia State Tax Department website.










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What is a tax holiday?













A tax holiday, also called a tax-free weekend or week, refers to a period of time when qualifying items are exempt from sales tax. Some states hold tax-free holidays annually, and a few even host several tax-free events throughout the year. Most states that participate in tax holidays hold an event in the summer that aligns with back-to-school shopping. 




















Do tax-free weekends include online sales?













Yes, online purchases for state residents made during their sales tax holiday will be tax-free, even through large online retailers like . Just make sure you follow your state's guidelines for qualifying items.




















What happens if I buy a qualifying item that's over the dollar limit?













This varies by state. In Maryland for example, the first $40 spent on a backpack is tax-free. If you were to spend $60 on a backpack, you would only be taxed for $20. However, in a state like Massachusetts, if you go over the price limit -- $2,500 for all qualifying purchases -- the entire item is subject to sales tax. We recommend reviewing your state's full item list and rules to plan accordingly.




















Do all cities in a state holding a tax holiday participate?













Most states require all cities and businesses therein to participate in tax-free holidays. ,  and  do not.




















Can you save money by shopping during a tax holiday?













You can save money by avoiding sales tax during a tax holiday, particularly in states with high average state and 클레오카지노 local sales tax rates like Tennessee (9.55%), Arkansas (9.51%) and Alabama (9.22%). That said, you'll want to make sure you stick to a budget to avoid overspending and do your research on back-to-school deals. Some stores may offer lower prices on clothing, supplies and computers than you might receive by paying full price during a tax holid












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