Back to School Sales Tax Holiday by State

NATIONWIDE – According to the National Retail Federation, an average family spends $637.78 for shoes, supplies, apparel, and electronics for back to school. An Estimated $83.6 Billion is expected to be generated for back to school sales this year which is a 10% increase from the previous year.  In 2016, back to school spending generated…


Reminder: Texas Energy Efficiency Sales Tax Holiday (May 28-30)

TEXAS – Shoppers, upcoming break from state and local sales and use taxes on purchases of certain energy efficient products May 28-30, 2016. Qualifying products are: • Air conditioners priced at $6,000 or less • Refrigerators priced at $2,000 or less • Ceiling fans • Incandescent and fluorescent light bulbs • Clothes washers • Dishwashers…


Missouri Show-Me Green Sales Tax Holiday

Missouri – The Show-Me Green Sales Tax Holiday exempts state sales tax on qualifying energy star new certified items with a rate of up to $1,500.00 per appliance. This sales tax holiday begins April 19, 2016 and goes through April 25, 2016. Some of the qualifying energy star certified appliances are: Clothes Washers & Dryers Water Heaters…



MISSOURI:  Starting April 19th through the 25th, all retail sales of qualifying Energy Star-certified new appliances will be exempt from state and county sales taxes. The following, providing they are Energy Star certified and up to $1,500 each, is a list of qualifying items: Clothes washers Water heaters Dishwashers Air conditioners Furnaces Refrigerators freezers Heat…


Energy Star Holiday

>NORTH CAROLINA – Starting today through Sunday, Nov. 4, consumers can shop for certain Energy Star qualified product exempt from sales tax. The Energy Star label will be featured on qualifying products and there is no price floor or ceiling for products to qualify. Exempt products include: • Clothes washers • Freezers • Refrigerator •…


Energy Star and WaterSense Sales Tax Holiday

VIRGINIA – The Energy Star and WaterSense sales tax holiday will begin today and run through Monday, October 8. During this time a variety of “green” products can be purchased free of the 5 percent state and local sales tax. Products must be $2,500 or less and purchased for noncommercial or personal use. The exemption…