Florida’s back-to-school tax break starts now til SundayBeyond UCF, Economy, News — By Kevin Wolkenfeld on August 12, 2011 at 12:17 am Tweet
In one of the biggest shopping weekends of the year, right before school schools, the state will suspend the 6 to 7 percent sales tax for some shopping goods.
The shopping goods include items that could be used for school like clothes, shoes and school supplies.
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The St. Pete Times mentions in an article the state is expected to forsake $30 million in tax collections to get more consumers to buy.
A full list of the items and more in formation can be found here.