WASHINGTON - DECEMBER 28: Shoppers look at footwear December 28, 2010 in Washington, DC. Retail spending in the United States rose during the Christmas holiday season 5.5 percent to levels seen in 2007 prior to the nation's recession. …
BALTIMORE - Maryland's Tax-Free Week is back just in time for back to school shopping.
Comptroller Peter Franchot announced the details at Mondawmin Mall in Baltimore.
The week kicks off the morning of Sunday, August 12th, and goes until midnight Saturday, August 18th.
Anyone who shops at local retailers for back to school clothing and shoes will not have to pay state sales tax for the purchases under $100.
For a full list of all the exempt and taxable items is available on the Comptroller's Website at http://www.marylandtaxes.com/.
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