Retailers are bracing for big crowds this weekend. At the stroke of midnight on Friday, Texas officially kicked off its annual sales tax holiday.
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Expect big crowds at malls this weekend across North Texas. The state will not be collecting sales tax on a lot of items Friday through Sunday, as part of the annual tax-free holiday.
Even though the school year just ended, Tarrant County officials are alerting low-income parents to sign up for a back-to-school event that will take place right before 2012-2013 classes begin.
This weekend is tax-free holiday time in Texas and you can save money on back-to-school items. The sales tax holiday, that runs August 19, 20 and 21, exempts most supplies, clothing and footwear priced under $100 from taxes.
Shopping for school supplies can be thrilling for the students picking out what items they want. But it can also be a real drain on the wallet.
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The 12th annual tax-free weekend runs now through Sunday, with no taxes on most clothing, shoe and school supply purchases.
The Tarrant County Back-to-School Roundup is Thursday and more than 12,000 kids have pre-registered.