LANSING (WILX) (8/14/2019) – It can be expensive to get all the school supplies your children need, so a couple of Michigan lawmakers have introduced legislation to give parents a break.
Those bills would create a “tax holiday” on the third Saturday of August every year. That means shoppers wouldn’t have to pay Michigan’s sales and use tax on certain items that day.
Some of those tax-exempt items would include clothing, notebooks, pencils and personal computers.
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by Julie Williams
August 14, 2019