It’s time to get back to school — or at least get ready for it.
Ohio has a way to make that a little less painful for everyone: a tax-free holiday. It started at midnight Thursday, and it ends at midnight Sunday.
Last year, shoppers in Ohio saved more than $3 million on back-to-school supplies like clothing and classroom supplies.
Any clothing purchased has to be under $75 per item, and school supplies must cost less than $20 each. There’s no limit to how much shoppers can spend as long as each item is at or under those prices.
So, what items qualify for the sales tax holiday?
- Clothing priced at $75 per item or less, includes, but is not limited to
Tax-free weekend underway! Here’s how you can get a break… was originally published on wzakcleveland.com
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