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Back to School Tax Free Weekend 2017 Details

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Mississippi Tax Free Weekend and Tennessee Tax Free Weekend are now live

What we know so far about Back to School Tax Free Weekend 2017 What’s coming for Back to School Tax Free Weekend 2017? Find out here.

Twelve states participate in Tax Free Weekend 2016 starting Friday

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Free Tax Weekend 2016

Twelve states participate in Tax Free Weekend 2016 starting Friday This coming weekend will be the biggest sales tax break of the year for 12 states. Tax Free Weekend 2016 kicked off last weekend with Georgia, Tennessee, and Mississippi. This tax free weekend will feature Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Iowa, Louisiana,… Read more »

It’s official. Gov. Rick Scott sets 2016 Florida Back-to-school Sales Tax Holiday

Florida Tax Free Weekend 2018

It’s official. Gov. Rick Scott sets 2016 Florida Back-to-school Sales Tax Holiday Florida shoppers will get a three-day back-to-school tax holiday under a bill signed into law by Gov. Rick Scott. On Wednesday, the Gov. Scott signed the bill, which also includes a handful of other targeted tax cuts. The legislation… Read more »

2016 Florida Sales Tax Holiday cut. Now shorter and fewer purchase allowances

Florida Tax Free Weekend 2018

2016 Florida Sales Tax Holiday cut. Now shorter and fewer purchase allowances There’s good news and bad news for Floridians who take part in the state’s back-to-school sales tax holiday. 2016 Florida Sales Tax Holiday cut to just a 3 day weekend in August, unlike in 2015 where it was… Read more »

House signs off on 10 day 2016 Florida Sales Tax Holiday

Georgia Tax Free Weekend 2016

House signs off on 10 day 2016 Florida Sales Tax Holiday The Florida House has passed a sweeping tax cut package that could give Floridians several Florida Sales Tax Holidays. 2016 Florida Sales Tax Holiday expected as well. The House approved the bill by a 96-17 vote. It heads next… Read more »