Sales tax holidays coming for back to school shopping

AFTER A SEVEN-TO- ZERO VOTE– “EXTRA MILK” WILL NOW COST AN FIFTY CENTS PER CARTON. ARKANSAS SHOPPERS WILL GET TO ENJOY TAX-FREE PURCHASES DURING THE STATE’S 10TH ANNUAL TAX-FREE HOLIDAY IN AUGUST. THE DATES THIS YEAR ARE THE 6TH AND 7TH. OFFICIALS FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION SAY CLOTHING ITEMS MUST BE UNDER 100 DOLLARS TO QUALIFY AS TAX FREE. THIS WILL ALSO BE THE SECOND YEAR ELECTRONICS ARE INCLUDED IN THE TAX- FREE ITEMS TO SEE ALL QUALIFYING ITEMS, VISIT THE D-F-A WEBSITE AT THE LINK ON YOUR SCREEN. OKLAHOMA AND MISSOURI ARE ALSO HAVING SALES TAX HOLIDAYS THE SAME WEEKEN

Sales tax holidays coming for back to school shopping

Arkansas, Oklahoma, and Missouri are all participating in the move to help families save money.

The 2022-2023 school year is quickly approaching and many families are wondering how they will be able to afford the supplies for their children returning to the classroom. Sales tax holidays were created to help ease the burden on families and educators alike.This year, Arkansas, Oklahoma and Missouri will all have their own Sales Tax Holiday, but each is a little different.In Arkansas, the dates to save are Aug. 6 and 7. Included in the sale are clothing and footwear less than $100, clothing accessories and equipment less than $50, and most school supplies and electronic devices used to study. Follow this link for a list and more info.For shoppers in Oklahoma, the sales tax will be waived on select items Aug. 5 through Aug. 7. The designated items free from tax are any clothing or footwear less than $100. Follow this link for more info.Missouri stores will also honor a sales tax holiday Aug. 5 through Aug. 7. They include clothing, computers and school supplies on their list of tax-exempt items. Follow this link for more info.

The 2022-2023 school year is quickly approaching and many families are wondering how they will be able to afford the supplies for their children returning to the classroom. Sales tax holidays were created to help ease the burden on families and educators alike.

This year, Arkansas, Oklahoma and Missouri will all have their own Sales Tax Holiday, but each is a little different.

In Arkansas, the dates to save are Aug. 6 and 7. Included in the sale are clothing and footwear less than $100, clothing accessories and equipment less than $50, and most school supplies and electronic devices used to study. Follow this link for a list and more info.

For shoppers in Oklahoma, the sales tax will be waived on select items Aug. 5 through Aug. 7. The designated items free from tax are any clothing or footwear less than $100. Follow this link for more info.

Missouri stores will also honor a sales tax holiday Aug. 5 through Aug. 7. They include clothing, computers and school supplies on their list of tax-exempt items. Follow this link for more info.

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