Connecticut Holds Annual Week-Long Sales Tax Holiday 2020

From August 16-22, 2020, Connecticut will hold its annual sales tax holiday. During this time, select clothing and footwear with a purchase price of $100 or less will be exempt from Connecticut sales and use tax.

Connecticut will hold a sales tax holiday in 2020.

This one-week exclusion applies to clothing sales made by Connecticut and out-of-state retailers to Connecticut customers.

Items normally sold as a unit (for example, a pair of mittens) must continue to be sold as a pair; they cannot be separated and sold as individual items to qualify for the exclusion.

For more information on the sales tax holiday week, visit the Connecticut Department of Revenue’s website.

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