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Find The 2009 Sales Tax Holiday For Your State.

It’s just about that time of year again, when most states in America offer up a few days to shop without paying sales tax. While some states are not having the days this year (Massachusetts & California being two states without “no sales tax” days), many states will have sales tax holiday shopping days for their residents. To help you out, I have assembled the following list of the dates, number of shopping days, the items included, and the website you can go to for more information. Enjoy!

Alabama

August 7-9, clothing – $100, computers – $750, school supplies – $50, books – $30, http://www.ador.state.al.us/salestax/SalesTaxHol.htm

Connecticut

August 16-22, clothing and footwear – $300, http://www.ct.gov/

District of Columbia

August 1-9 & Nov. 27 – Dec. 6, clothing – $100, school supplies – $100, http://otr.cfo.dc.gov/otr/

Georgia

July 30 – Aug. 2, school supplies – $20, clothing – $100, computer – $1,500

Georgia

October 1-4, energy and water efficient products – $1,500

Iowa

August 7-8, clothing – $100, http://www.iowaccess.org/tax/

Louisiana

August 7-8 , all TPP – $2,500, http://www.revenue.louisiana.gov/

Mississippi

July 31-August 1, clothing & footwear – $100

Missouri

August 7-9, clothing – $100, computers – $3,500, school supplies – $50, http://www.dor.mo.gov/tax/

New Mexico

August 7-9, clothing – $100, computers – $1,000, school supplies – $15, http://www.state.nm.us/tax/

North Carolina

August 7-9, clothing – $100, school supplies – $100, instructional material – $300, computers – $3,500, other comp. – $250, sports equip – $50, http://www.dornc.com/

North Carolina

November 6-8, energy star products, http://www.dornc.com/

Oklahoma

August 7-9, clothing – $100, http://www.tax.ok.gov/

South Carolina

August 7-9, clothing, school supplies, computers, other, http://www.sctax.org/

Tennessee

August 7-9, clothing – $100, school supplies – $100, computers – $1,500, http://tn.gov/revenue/

Texas

August 21-23, clothing and backpacks – $100, http://www.window.state.tx.us/

Virginia

August 7-9, clothing – $100, school supplies – $20, http://www.tax.virginia.gov/

Virginia

October 9-12, energy star products – $2,500, http://www.tax.virginia.gov/

West Virginia

September 1 – November 30, energy star products – $5,000

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  1. Sales Tax Holidays are great for those who have a plan and have saved the money to cover their purchases. Unfortunately, some people overestimate the amount they will save and buy things they don’t need or had not planned to buy just because they are “saving money”.

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