Shoppers take a break from sales tax

DeGross, Renee
May 2002
Shopping Center World;May2002, Vol. 31 Issue 5, p32
Trade Publication
Discusses the adoption of sales tax holidays by state governments in the U.S. Impact of tax holidays on consumers; Maximum cost of items during tax holidays; Use of a toll-free phone line set up by the National Retail Federation to support a sales tax holiday.


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