Virginia Sales Tax Holiday August 5, 2002-August 7, 2022

Dated: August 2 2022

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IT'S BACK!!

The Virginia Sales tax holiday is back and it's not just for clothes and school supplies.  It also includes hurricane and emergency preparedness items and Energy Star and Water Sense products for personal use. 

Here's a list of what's included:

  • Qualified School supplies $20 or less/item
  • Qualified clothing and footwear $100 or less/item
  • Portable generators $1000 or less/item
  • Gas powered chainswas  $350 or less/item
  • Chainsaw accessories $60 or less/item
  • Other hurricane preparedness items $60 or less/item
  • Qualifying Energy Star or WaterSense products for home use $2500 or less/item

If you're buying appliances, make sure to check the Dominion Energy rebate program to see if you can save more money.

For more information visit: Sales tax holiday details

And check out this youtube video.

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Nancy Pav

Nancy has been a licensed real estate agent for 25 years helping clients all over the Northern Virginia region with both resale homes and new construction. She is a consistent top producer, having att....

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