Back To School Shopping
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.
For some quiet time this weekend, check out what’s opening at the box office or if great deals and tax free shopping sparks your interest then this weekend is all yours.