Back To School Shopping
Back-to-school shoppers will be getting three days of tax free shopping in August.
Florida’s annual back-to-school sales tax holiday is in full swing.
Gov. Rick Scott will be in South Florida Wednesday afternoon to promote the state’s new teacher-supply debit card, which is aimed at helping teachers buy supplies without having to pay out-of-pocket costs.
If you have kids in school, you’re probably going shopping this weekend as Florida’s popular “Back-to-School” sales tax holiday takes place.
Florida’s popular “Back-to-School” sales tax holiday is coming up, and this year it’s getting an upgrade. Personal computers and accessories selling for up to $750 will be tax free.
Attention shoppers: Mark Aug. 2 to Aug. 4 on your calendars. The Senate Appropriations Committee on Tuesday approved a bill (SB 916) that would allow back-to-school shoppers to avoid paying sales taxes on numerous types of items during the three-day period in August.
Back to school items wouldn’t include a Game Boy, digital media receivers or even cell phones, a Senate committee decided Wednesday in setting out what should be included in a back-to-school tax break.
Parents’ beloved sales-tax holiday could soon be extended, potentially lasting all year.
Back to school shoppers are out in full force Saturday looking for bargains to take advantage of during the back-to-school sales tax holiday, and retailers are expecting a big boost in sales.
Back to school shopping hits high gear Friday as thrifty shoppers looking for a bargain take advantage of the back-to-school sales tax holiday.