Here’s what you can save money on during the back-to-school sales tax holiday

ORLANDO, Fla. — Families can take advantage of the back-to-school sales tax holiday this week, especially in times of high inflation.


The sales tax holiday will start Monday and run through Aug. 7.

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For two weeks, people can purchase school clothes and supplies exempt from tax, which include supplies under $50 per item, clothing selling for $100 or less and the first $1,500 on personal computers.

Officials with the Florida Department of Revenue said books are not tax-free.

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A one-year sales tax exemption on baby and toddler clothes, shoes and diapers will also begin on Monday.

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A full list of qualifying items can be found below.

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