2013 Back to School Shop Tax Free!

backtoschoolbusHere is the breakdown of the states that offer tax free weekends.  Here in Texas we “celebrate” Tax Free from August 9-11.  Make sure you check the chart to see when yours comes and plan accordingly.  You normally can only buy school supplies but sometimes clothes, shoes, and backpacks that can add up.  The extra 8% or so added to your bill for taxes will be just the start to the savings because normally retailers run specials during this time.  Check back for coupons and deals for Back To School and let us know if you see any offers that are to run-to-the-store for!

Tip:  If you shop at an office supply store for back-to-school know that there are a few credit cards that give 3 to 5% cash back you can use for this on top of your tax-free savings!

AlabamaAugust 2-4revenue.alabama.gov/salestax/SalesTaxHol.cfm
ArkansasAugust 3-4dfa.arkansas.gov/
ConnecticutAugust 18-24ct.gov/drs/cwp/view.asp?Q=463054&A=1436
FloridaAugust 2-4dor.myflorida.com/dor/
GeorgiaAugust 9-10etax.dor.ga.gov/
IowaAugust 2-3iowaccess.org/tax/
LouisianaAugust 2-3revenue.louisiana.gov/sections/general/hottopics/salestaxholiday.aspx
MarylandAugust 11-17marylandtaxes.com/
MississippiJuly 26-27dor.ms.gov/
MissouriAugust 2-4dor.mo.gov/
New MexicoAugust 2-4tax.newmexico.gov
North CarolinaAugust 2-4dornc.com/
OklahomaAugust 2-4tax.ok.gov/
South CarolinaAugust 2-4sctax.org/
TennesseeAugust 2-4tn.gov/revenue/
TexasAugust 9-11window.state.tx.us/
VirginiaAugust 2-4tax.virginia.gov/

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