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REMINDER: Florida Sales Tax Holiday Ends On Sunday

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Here Is What You Can Buy In Florida Without Paying Sales Tax.

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BY: STAFF REPORT | BocaNewsNow.com

BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Copyright © 2022 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — A friendly reminder from your friends at BocaNewsNow.com who love to save money. Florida’s Sales Tax Holiday ends on Sunday. You have just a few days left to make school purchases, small electronics purchases, and clothing purchases without having to pay Florida sales tax.

The following is the official list of items that qualify as “tax free” items through August 7th.

OFFICIAL STATE OF FLORIDA LIST OF SALES TAX-FREE ITEMS THROUGH AUGUST 7th:

  • Learning aids selling for $30 or less per item, such as: 
    • Interactive Books, 
    • Jigsaw Puzzles, and
    • Other toys that teach reading or math skills
  • School supplies selling for $50 or less per item, such as:
    • Binders, 
    • Calculators,
    • Notebooks, 
    • Pens and pencils, and
    • Lunch boxes.
  • Clothing and footwear selling for $100 or less per item, such as: 
    • Backpacks,
    • Pants,
    • Shoes,
    • Shirts, and 
    • Sweaters. 
  • Personal computers and related accessories purchased for noncommercial home or personal use selling for $1,500 or less per item, such as: 
    • Personal Computers,
    • Flash drives,
    • Computer batteries,
    • Printers, and 
    • Headphones.

Most online retailers automatically apply the sales-tax savings. All in-person retailers in Florida should be aware of the requirement to not assess sales tax.

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