Mark Your Calendar For Back-To-School Sales Tax Holidays In Your State

While it may be too early for some to be doing your back-to-school shopping, it’s the perfect time to look ahead at upcoming sales tax holidays in various states that are targeted at those looking to stock up before it’s back to drooling on the desk during trigonometry.

Here’s a thorough list of sales tax holidays for 2011, but the folks at Couponing101.com were good enough to pick out the back-to-school-related ones:

Alabama: August 5 – 7
Clothing: up to $100
Computers: up to $750
School supplies: up to $50
Books: up to $30

Arkansas: August 6 – 7
Clothing: up to $100
School supplies: Most common supplies will be tax exempt (Itemized PDF here)

Connecticut: August 21 – 27
Clothing and footwear: up to $300

Florida: August 12 – 14
Clothing and books: up to $75
School supplies: up to $15

Iowa: August 5 – 6
Clothing: up to $100

Louisana: August 5 – 6
All tangible public property: up to $2,500

Maryland: August 14 – 20
Clothing and footwear: up to $100

Massachussets: August 13-14
No sales tax on any item under $2,500
(Thanks to eturowski for the add!)

Mississippi: July 29 – 30
Clothing and footwear: up to $100

Missouri: August 5 – 7
Clothing: up to $100
Computers: up to $3,500
School supplies: up to $50

New Mexico: August 5 – 7
Clothing: up to $100
Computers: up to $1,000
School supplies: up to $15

North Carolina: August 5 – 7
Clothing: up to $100
School supplies: up to $100
Instructional material: up to $300
Computers: up to $3,500
Computer supplies: up to $250
Sports equipment: up to $50

Oklahoma: August 5 – 7
Clothing: up to $100

South Carolina: August 5 – 7
Clothing, school supplies, computers, more (Itemized PDF list here)

Tennessee: August 5 – 7
Clothing: up to $100
School supplies: up to $100
Computers: up to $1,500

Texas: August 19 – 21
Clothing, backpacks, and school supplies: up to $100

Virginia: August 5 – 7
Clothing: up to $100
School supplies: up to $20