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What is a tax-free weekend?

Tax-free weekend (or sales tax holiday) is a tax elimination or reduction for specific goods in certain days or weeks. In the United States, tax-free holidays usually occur in the same weeks or weekends each year. Each state has its own schedule, but most of them occur in the last week of July or first half of August. 

Tax-free weekends are designed to help people save money on buying goods necessary for living and studying. In most cases, this includes school supplies and books, clothing, computers and Energy star products. In Virginia, Alabama, Florida, and Louisiana where hurricanes happen, some tax-free weekends also include hurricane preparedness items.

Some tax-free weekends are created as incentives for supporting the development of businesses.

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