"Back to School" Sales Tax Holiday Season Underway: Several States to Hold Sales Tax Holidays August 4-5, 2012
Friday, August 3rd, 2012
Several states will be holding their annual sales tax holidays this weekend. A sales tax holiday is an opportunity for consumers to purchase various items, typically school supplies, clothing, and computers free from state sales tax. Below is a list of states that will be participating in a sales tax holiday this weekend (August 4-5, 2012):
- New Mexico
- North Carolina
- South Carolina
Various other states will also be holding sales tax holidays in the coming weeks. Please check with your state's Department of Revenue for further information.
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