Tax free shopping days help families save money on back to school shopping by offering sales tax holidays. Items like clothes, school supplies, and electronics are exempt from state, county or local sales tax during each states tax holiday.
Here is a list of the states that are participating. To find out more information about your state’s tax free weekend/holiday, just click the link.
|Alabama||August 7-9||Alabama Tax Free Holiday/|
|Arkansas||August 1-2||Arkansas Tax Free Holiday|
|Connecticut*||August 17 - 23, 2014||Connecticut Tax Free Holiday*|
|Georgia||July 31-August 1||Georgia Tax Free Holiday|
|Iowa||August 7-8||Iowa Tax Free Holiday|
|Louisiana||August 7-8||Louisana Tax Free Holiday|
|Maryland||August 9-15||Maryland Tax Free Holiday|
|Mississippi||July 31-August 1||Mississippi Tax Free Holiday|
|Missouri||August 7-9||Missouri Tax Free Holiday|
|New Mexico||August 7-9||New Mexico Tax Free Holiday|
|Ohio||August 7-9||Ohio Tax Free Holiday|
|Oklahoma||August 7-9||Oklahoma Tax Free Holiday|
|South Carolina||August 7-9||South Carolina Tax Free Holiday|
|Tennessee||August 7-9||Tennessee Tax Free Holiday|
|Texas||August 7-9||Texas Tax Free Holiday|
|Virginia||August 7-9||Virginia Tax Free Holiday|
*This state participated in the past but have not released this year’s tax holiday details. We included the dates and details from last year for these states. Please contact your state to find out more information regarding their participation in Tax Free Holiday.