Not all "back-to-school" items are included on that list.
People could purchase items such as clothing, shoes, and school and arts supplies that cost $100 or less with no sales tax. Those who live in Loudoun or in other parts of Northern Virginia, where the sales tax is 6 percent, will save even more.
You can also get the qualified items online, tax free.
State Sen. Rob McColley, R-Napoleon, expects Ohioans to save millions of dollars this year on back-to-school shopping.
Many hurricane and emergency preparedness products are eligible for tax-free savings; therefore residents should take this opportunity to make tax-free purchases that will assist them when responding to an emergency or disaster.
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Yes, provided the item sold is one qualifying for the exemption and the sale occurs during the three days of the "sales tax holiday" as discussed in Question #3.
If an item of clothing qualifies for the exemption under the "sales tax holiday", then all adjustment charges associated with that sale are exempt.
For exact details on what items will be covered by the exemption please use the links provided on this page.
"School supplies" does not include any item purchased for use in a trade or business.
The Exchange tried to contact the Laurinburg Walmart to see if there is a dip in sales during the tax-free weekend due to people traveling to SC but there was no word back.