Florida's annual tax-exempt holiday is a well-known holiday to many shoppers.
It is the time of year where shoppers can purchase electronics, clothing and back-to-school items tax-free, for three consecutive days.
The holiday begins at 12:01 a.m., Friday August 2 and ends at midnight Sunday, August 4.
Before you start your shopping, make sure you know what specific items are tax-exempt.
Here is a list provided by the Florida Department of Revenue on taxable and tax-free items:
According to the FDOR , no tax is due for all clothing, footwear and accessories priced at $75 or less. The same goes for computers and related accessories selling for $750, or less.
FDOR's website also provides a QR code for shopper's smartphones to see the list of eligible items: http://dor.myflorida.com/dor/images/gta_qr_salestax_holiday_150.jpg
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