Introduced by Rep. Mary Waters (D) on September 14, 2006, to exempt from sales tax back to school supplies, clothing, and shoes purchased between Aug. 15 and Sept. 15 each year (“sales tax holiday”), with a $100 cap on any individual item.
Referred to the House Tax Policy Committee on September 14, 2006.
Re: Illinois Introduced Something Similar to This by egorhythmia on June 24, 2012 I don't want them to come up with too many holiday taxes. Luckily enough holiday packages like are not affected and hawaii vacation hotels are still affordable because going all over the pacific for a decent holiday is very expensive nowadays. I guess we have Mexico in the end as well but I love the conditions in Hawaii more than anything.
Re: 2006 House Bill 6531 (Establish back-to-school “sales tax holiday" ) by catalinoss on June 9, 2011
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Illinois Introduced Something Similar to This by Anonymous Citizen on August 6, 2007 Illinois introduced something similar to this. It was most successful when combined with other cost effective programs like schools having textbook rental programs (for college students). Seems like a good idea, but the most you will save is $6 on a $100 purchase. If there is a cap like that, what is the point. What exactly are we trying to make affordable? Tax becomes unyielding when the cost is over $100.