Marylanders are about to get a weeklong reprieve from sales taxes on certain purchases, and the state’s chief tax collector wants shoppers to know about it.
Across the country, 16 states, including Maryland, offer some form of back to school tax breaks.
Attention shoppers. The Maryland Tax-Free Week kicks off Sunday. Shop Maryland Tax-Free Week starts August 11. Clothing and shoes–priced $100 or less–will be exempt from the six percent sales tax.
Maryland state Comptroller Peter Franchot is in Hagerstown to promote an upcoming week of tax-free shopping.
If you’re looking for a good reason to hit the mall, here’s one. The state is giving Marylanders a break with another tax-free holiday.
Tax-free shopping is coming to Maryland. Click on the link to see a list of the eligible items.