Who’s ready for the fresh smell of new school supplies? Even if you’re not ready, you will probably want to save a few dollars on those school supplies. Visit the Alabama Department of Revenue for the list of participating cities & counties along with the important list of tax exempt items.
Will you be shopping in a different state? This handy list from the Federation of Tax Administrators includes all of the states that hold a sales tax holiday.
In Alabama, we just had our first hurricane preparedness sales tax holiday. Up next is the one for school supplies. Here’s the direct link to the Alabama Department of Revenue’s 2012 “Back to School” Sales Tax Holiday. Notice the link to see if your city or county will be participating.
Use this guide to see if & when your state offers their 2012 sales tax holiday.
Who else loves the smell of new school supplies?
Who doesn’t love new school supplies? Consult this handy list to see if and when your state offers a sales tax holiday.
Are you ready to shop and save some tax money? Alabama’s sales tax holiday weekend is August 6-8, 2010. What items qualify for the holiday? Is your city or county participating? Check out the 2010 Sales Tax Holiday site from the Alabama Department of Revenue.
For other states, see 2010 State Sales Tax Holidays but be sure to verify the information with your state department of revenue.