2013 State Tax Holiday Calendar

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Published August 02, 2013

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Alabama: Aug. 2-4

Items that will be tax-free include clothing less than $100, computers under $750, school supplies under $50 and books under $30.

Arkansas: Aug. 3-4

Clothing under $100 and school supplies will be tax free.

Connecticut: Aug. 18-24

Clothing and footwear under $300 will be exempt from taxes.

Florida: Aug. 2-4

School supplies under $15, clothing under $75 and computers under $750 will be exempt under the tax holiday.

Georgia: Aug. 9-10

The sales tax holiday will include school supplies under $20, clothing under $100 and computers under $1,000.

The state will have a second holiday Oct. 2-6 on energy and water efficient products under $1,500.

Iowa: Aug. 2-3

Clothing under $100 will be exempt from sales tax.

Louisiana: Aug.2-3

All tangible personal property under $2,500 will be exempt from sales tax. The state will have a second tax holiday from Sept. 6-8, 2013 on all firearms, ammunition and hunting supplies.

Maryland: Aug. 11-17

All clothing and footwear under $100 will be tax exempt.

Missouri: Aug. 2-4

Clothing under $100, computers under $3,500 and school supplies under $50 will be exempt under the tax holiday.

New Mexico: Aug. 2-4

This state will be offering a tax holiday on clothing under $100, school supplies under $30, computer equipment under $500 and computers under $1,000.

North Carolina: Aug. 2-4

Clothing and school supplies under $100, instructional material under $300, computers under $3,500 and sports equipment under $50 will be tax exempt. The state has a second tax holiday on Energy Star products from Nov. 1-3.

Oklahoma: Aug. 2-4

Clothing under $100 will be tax exempt.

South Carolina: Aug. 2-4

Clothing, school supplies and computers will be exempt from sales tax.

Tennessee: Aug. 2-4

Clothing under $100, school supplies under $100 and computers under $1,500 will be tax free.

Texas: Aug. 9-11

Clothing, backpacks and school supplies under $100 will be available for exemption under the holiday.

Virginia: Aug. 2-4

Tax exemptions are eligible on purchases of clothing under $100 and school supplies under $20. The state has a second tax holiday from Oct. 11-14 on Energy Star products.

Source: TaxAdmin.org

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