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The City of Nevada honors the Missouri 2019 Tax Free Weekend.

The sales tax holiday begins Friday, August 2nd at 12:01 am, running through Sunday, August 4th at midnight. So, if you have back to school shopping to do…this is the time to do it.

When is 2019 Missouri Tax Free Weekend?

The sales tax holiday begins Friday, August 2nd at 12:01 am, running through Sunday, August 4th at midnight. So, if you have back to school shopping to do…this is the time to do it.

Every year, the Missouri sales tax holiday is held on the first Friday of the month through that Sunday night. So, mark this weekend on your calendar. Circle, highlight & star this Tax Free Weekend…it’s worth it.

Where Can I Shop Tax Free?

You can shop any store, but only certain items are included in the tax break. See below for a full list of what is included in the Back to School Tax Free Weekend.

What Can I Buy During Tax Free Back to School Sales?

Back to School Tax Free Weekend is limited to personal items related to Back to School season. Items like back to school shoes, clothing & school supplies are all include. Here is a full list of tax exempt items for 2019:

  • Back to School Clothing – any article having a taxable value of $100 or less
  • School supplies – not to exceed $50 per purchase
  • Computer/technology software – taxable value of $350 or less
  • Personal computers – not to exceed $1,500
  • Computer peripheral devices – not to exceed $1,500
  • Graphing Calculators – not to exceed $150

Back to school clothing is considered any article of clothing to be worn on your body. This INCLUDES DIAPERS for babies, as well as footwear. Back to school clothing does NOT include watches, jewelry, purses, scarves, ties, headbands, belt buckles & umbrellas.

School supplies are considered items used in classrooms for educational needs including notebooks, paper, art supplies, backpacks & book bags, calculators (including graphing), chalk, & globes. This does NOT include radios, headphones, phones, office equipment, furniture or sporting equipment.

You can find Tax Free Weekend Guidelines straight from the Missouri Department of Revenue for more info.

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