26 Aug 2020

What Are Sales Tax Holidays?

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What Are Sales Tax Holidays?

In the U.S., there are periods of time during which states do not require retailers to collect sales tax. These times are known as Sales Tax Holidays or sometimes “tax-free weekends.” Participation, schedules, and specific details can vary widely from state-to-state and within each state itself, often causing headaches for online stores with customers from all across the country. This post from TaxJar explains a little bit about the hows and whys of sales tax holidays and includes some advice for ecommerce businesses.

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What are Sales Tax Holidays?

Plan Your Sales Tax Holiday Strategy

For an ecommerce business, sales tax holidays can be a big headache. It helps to have a sales tax holiday strategy. To help you create a plan, TaxJar has published the Ultimate Guide to Understanding Sales Tax Holidays. You’ll learn quick facts about sales tax holidays, what products are typically included in sales tax holidays, and how to handle sales tax holidays in your online store. Check it out!

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Guide to Sales Tax Holidays