Most states have a period of time where you can get a break from sales tax. Here are some of the states with the tax relief dates and its details:

Alabama: Friday August 6, 2010, and ending at twelve midnight on Sunday August 8, 2010.

Find details at The Alabama Dept. of Revenue.

Connecticut: August 22 through Saturday, August 28, 2010.

For more information go here Connecticut Dept. of Revenue

Florida: August 13, 2010, through midnight, Sunday, August 15, 2010.

Go here to read more Florida Department of Revenue website

Georgia: No tax free Holiday this year!

Illinois: August 6th – August 10th.

You will get a 5% discount on sales tax for all qualifying items including clothing, shoes, and school supplies. Click here for more information.

Iowa: August 6-7, 2010. It does not include Sunday.

Find more information here Iowa Dept. of Revenue

Louisiana: Friday, August 6, through 12:00 midnight on Saturday, August 7, 2010.

Click here for details Louisiana Dept. of Revenue

Maryland: August 8 – 14, 2010

For more info. go to Maryland Sales Tax Bulletin

Mississippi: 12:01 a.m. Friday, July 30, through midnight Saturday, July 31, 2010.

Click on over here for more information Official Guide For 2010 Sales Tax Holiday

Missouri: August 6-8, 2010.

For details visit the Missouri Department of Revenue.

New Mexico: August 6-8, 2010.

List Of Taxable and Nontaxable Items,, see page 3

North Carolina: August 6-8, 2010.

For more information visit North Carolina Dept. of Revenue – August Sales Tax Holiday.

Oklahoma: Friday, August 6 – Sunday, August 8, 2010.

For details visit Oklahoma Tax Commission.

South Carolina: August 6-8, 2010.

To find out more visit the South Carolina Department of Revenue.

Tennessee: August 6 through Sunday, August 8, 2010.

For details visit Tennessee Sales Tax Holiday Information.

Texas: August 20-22, 2010

For details visit Texas Tax Holiday Official Page.

Virginia: August August 6, 2010 and ends at midnight on August 8, 2010.

See more at School Supplies and Clothing Holiday

If you don’t see your State Google your States Name and the words Sales Tax Holiday!

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