State Sales Tax Holidays | Spire Group, PC
We’re sorry to say that federal tax law is becoming no less complex in 2018. But even though businesses and individuals must continue to try to make sense of it all, one tax-related benefit remains straightforward and cheery—all of the states that offered sales tax holidays in 2017 will again offer them in 2018, with the addition of Wisconsin.
For the most part, these sales tax holidays correlate to back-to-school time or severe weather preparedness. Below is a rundown of the various sales tax holidays for all states that offer it.
Reflected below is a listing of the various sales tax holidays.
|State||Type||2018 Dates||Information Links|
|Alabama||Severe Weather Preparedness||Held in February||Link|
|Florida||Severe Weather Preparedness||Held in June||Link|
|Louisiana||Severe Weather Preparedness||Held in May||Link|
|Louisiana||Sales Tax Holiday||August 3-4||Link|
|Maryland||Energy Tax Holiday||Held in February||Link|
|Missouri||Show Me Green||Held in April||Link|
|New Mexico||Back-to-School||August 3-5||Link|
|South Carolina||Back-to-School||August 3-5||Link|
|Texas||Energy-Efficient Products||Held in May||Link|
|Texas||Water-Efficient Products||Held in May||Link|
|Texas||Emergency Preparedness||Held in April||Link|
|Virginia||Water Sense||August 3-5||Link|
If you have specific questions about tax holidays, or any other State and Local Tax (SALT)issues, please contact us at 732-381-8887.