With back-to-school season looming ahead, it’s a good idea to start looking for ways to save on all those end of summer purchases. We took a look at the states we are currently located in, and found that many of them offer tax-free shopping days in 2018. These sales tax holidays are a great way to save money this upcoming school year. Don’t live in one of these states? Plan a day trip with family to a participating state, or contact your state legislator for more information about how to make this possible in your community.
Under $100 for clothing, $1,500 for computers and $50 for school supplies qualify for the 3 day tax-free holiday in August. Find more information on the Missouri Department of Revenue website about the holiday.
Tennessee is offering incredible savings on clothing and footwear items each under $100 per item. This state also features school supplies under $100 and computers for personal use priced under $1,500 as tax-free. For complete details, visit the Tennessee Department of Revenue website for more information about this sales tax holiday.
In Wisconsin during the 5 day tax holiday, you can purchase clothing and supplies for under $75, Computer supplies for under $250 and computers for under $750. The Wisconsin Department of Revenue provides details to help you save in 2018!
With back-to-school approaching and fall expenses adding up, we know that this can be an expensive time of year. Here at Mariner Finance, we make loans for just about any reason and work with you to find payment options that fit your budget and needs. Call or stop by your local branch today to see how we can help, or apply now online today!
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