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When is the Sales Tax Holiday?
What items qualify for the sales tax holiday?
Can multiple qualifying items be purchased in a single tax-exempt transaction?
What item of clothing qualify?
What is not included in the definition of clothing?
Does the $125 exemption apply to the first $125 of an item of clothing?
Can a retailer split items that are normally sold together for the item to fall below the threshold?
What types of items qualify as school supplies?
What types of items qualify as school instructional material?
Will items purchased for my business be eligible for the tax exemption during the sales tax holiday?
What about buy one, get one free or for a reduced price?
How should a retailer handle items normally sold as a unit?
How do retailers handle sales of sets containing both exempt and taxable items?
How are coupons and discounts handled?
Does the exemption apply to rain checks?
Does the exemption apply to rebates?
Does the exemption apply to repairs, alterations, or items for rent?
Does the exemption apply to layaway sales?
Does the exemption apply to mail, telephone, E-mail, and internet orders?
Does the exemption apply to shipping and handling charges?
How should retailers handle exchanges and returns?
How should retailers handle refunds?
How do retailers report exempt sales?
Can a vendor choose not to participate in the sales tax holiday?
Does the sales tax holiday apply to the county local sale and use tax rates?
Can a retailer advertise for the sales tax holiday?
If I purchase from a seller online at 1:00 a.m. on the designated Friday but the seller is located on the west coast in the pacific time zone, should I be charged sales tax for those items eligible for the sales tax holiday?