Lawmaker proposes Rhode Island Sales Tax Holiday 2017 Rhode Island lawmakers are considering establishing a sales tax holiday in August of this year. Rhode Island Sales Tax Holiday 2017 could be coming August 12th-13th, 2017. Details below. Rep. Joseph J. Solomon, Jr. of Warwick filed similar legislation in 2016. Solomon’s… Read more »
Ohio Tax Free Weekend 2018 Ohio Tax Free Weekend is permanent now! Details here. Ohio Tax Free Weekend 2018 Ohio starts on Friday, August 3rd and ends on Sunday, August 5th, 2017. Ohio Tax Free Weekend 2018 details below. During this time only, you can buy certain items and not… Read more »
New York Sales Tax Holiday 2016 going on right now Right now in New York, avoid the 4% New York Sales Tax. New York State Department of Taxation and Finance today reminded holiday shoppers and retailers that clothing and footwear items sold for less than $110 are exempt from New… Read more »
Massachusetts retailers seriously hurt by lack of tax free weekend in 2016 Mass retailers lost serious revenue in August due to lack of tax free weekend. Hurricane Matthew Massachusetts has even more severe impact though. Massachusetts Department of Revenue’s decision not to hold a 2016 Sales Tax Holiday in August led to… Read more »
Alabama Severe Weather Tax Free Weekend 2018 Alabama Severe Weather Tax Free Weekend announced for 2018 by Alabama Department of Revenue. (February 23-25, 2018) Alabama Severe Weather Preparedness Tax Free Weekend 2018 will begin on Friday, February 23rd, 2018, and end on Sunday, February 25th, 2018. This will allow Alabama shoppers to stock… Read more »
Georgia sales tax holiday for energy efficient products begins today Georgia residents looking to purchase energy efficient appliances can take advantage of an upcoming Georgia sales tax holiday. The holiday for WaterSense and ENERGY STAR labeled products begins Sept. 30th and ends Oct. 2nd, 2016, according to the Atlanta Regional Commission. Georgia sales… Read more »
The Great State Sales Tax Grab Tax collectors assault out-of-state sellers, as Hamilton feared.