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Salestaxholiday.net aims to show how sales tax holiday is a promotion done by individual states to encourage and help their residents buy certain products. When a sales tax holiday occurs, people are able to buy the products that are part of the sales tax holiday promotion without paying the state sales tax that is usually applied to the purchase. The amount of savings is determined by a number of sales tax that the state usually charges.Due to the current economic troubles, some states that have had sales tax holidays in past years such as Florida and Massachusetts have canceled them for 2009. This is due to state budget constraints and a fall in revenue from state sales taxes. Hopefully, we will see more states promoting the sales tax holidays as the economy recovers so we will continually update this site on articles and news related to sales tax holidays.

Due to the current economic troubles, some states that have had sales tax holidays in past years such as Florida and Massachusetts have canceled them for 2009. This is due to state budget constraints and a fall in revenue from state sales taxes. Hopefully, we will see more states promoting the sales tax holidays as the economy recovers so we will continually update this site on information and news related to sales tax holidays.

 

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