It’s almost that time of year again — tax-free weekend, when everyday shoes and clothes costing less than $100 will be untaxed.
On Aug. 5 through 7, clothing and shoes costing less than a $100 per item are required by law to be exempt from sales tax during that period.
Anything from belts to scarves will qualify, according to the Oklahoma Tax Commission’s website.
Disqualified are accessories and special athletic and protective gear.
The law was passed in 2007 to boost the economy, but consumers benefit also because it reduces their cost at the cash register.Read More