Tax-Free Weekends in August 2015

06 Aug, 2015

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Take advantage of in-store only sales tax holidays in Alabama, Florida, Louisiana, Missouri, South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia this month. Read on for more information about these upcoming weekends to save on sales tax in-store!*

Alabama: Aug. 7-9

Enjoy a Back to School Computer Supplies and Accessories Sales Tax Holiday from Aug. 7-9. Exemptions apply to select computer supplies and accessories in-store only, including school supplies, computers and more. Qualifying items of any price will be exempt. For more detailed information, visit www.revenue.alabama.gov.

Florida: Aug. 7-16

From Aug. 7-16, Florida will have its 2015 Back-to-School Sales Tax Holiday. Examples of exempt items include select school supplies priced up to $15, personal computers and select computer accessories on the first $750 of the sales price. To learn more on exemptions and price limits, go to dor.myflorida.com.

Louisiana: Aug. 7-8

Louisiana residents can enjoy a statewide sales tax holiday from Aug. 7-8. Exemptions include up to $2,500 of the purchase price of most individual items of tangible personal property for non-business use. For more information, please visit www.revenue.louisiana.gov.

Missouri: Aug. 7-9

Take advantage of Missouri’s Back to School Sales Tax Holiday from Aug. 7-9. Exemptions apply to certain back to school purchases including school supplies, computers and more. Visit dor.mo.gov for more information.

South Carolina: Aug. 7-9

Enjoy South Carolina’s Sales Tax Holiday from Aug. 7-9 on in-store purchases including school supplies, computers, printers and accessories. For more details on exemptions, go to dor.sc.gov.

Tennessee: Aug. 7-9

Tennessee is hosting its Sales Tax Holiday from Aug. 7-9 on computers and accessories priced up to $1,500. To learn more, visit www.tn.gov.

Virginia: Aug. 7-9

In Virginia, qualifying items carrying either the Energy Star or WaterSense label with a sales price of $2,500 or less purchased for noncommercial home or personal use are tax exempt. To learn more, visit tax.virginia.gov.

*Remember, these tax-free weekends are in-store only. Find an hhgregg store near you.

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