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Ohio joins the tax holiday party in 2015, giving Buckeye State shoppers three days in early August when some items will be exempt from sales taxes. See below for Ohio’s first tax holiday dates, tax-exempt items and notable rules and exceptions.
Sales tax holiday in Ohio
|Tax holiday dates
|Tax-exemption items and price limits
|Notable holiday rules, exceptions
|The number of apparel pieces is unlimited as long as each item’s cost is the cap price or less. If an item of clothing sells for more than $75, tax is due on the entire selling price. Accessories and sports equipment still are taxable.
Source: Ohio Department of Taxation