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Sales tax holiday in Georgia

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As Georgia students prepare to head back to school, the Peach State is giving shoppers a break on sales taxes for certain items. See below for 2015 Georgia tax holiday dates, tax-exempt items and notable rules and exceptions. Limits shown reflect cost per item.

Sales tax holiday in Georgia

Tax holiday dates July 31-Aug. 1
Tax-exemption items and price limits
  • School supplies: $20 or less
  • Clothing and footwear: $100 or less
  • Computers and computer accessories: $1,000 or less
Notable holiday rules, exceptions Computer-related accessories designed for recreational use (e.g., video games and devices) and items used in a trade or business remain taxable.

Source: Georgia Department of Revenue