Sales Tax Holiday
The 10-day Garden State Sales Tax Holiday will occur from August 27th to September 5th at brick-and-mortar and online retailers. The holiday will cover pens, folders, binders, and other typical school supplies, art supplies, other instructional materials, computers, computer accessories like storage equipment and printers, and sports or recreational equipment. The back-to-school sales tax holiday builds on the $2 billion ANCHOR Property Tax Relief Program and other affordability measures that the 16th District Democrats fought for in the Fiscal Year 2023 budget.
What is the Sales Tax Holiday?
The Sales Tax Holiday is a temporary exemption period on certain retail sales of computers, school supplies, and sports or recreational equipment sold to individual purchasers for non-business use.
When is the Sales Tax Holiday?
The Sales Tax Holiday will occur from August 27th through September 5th of 2022.
What items are eligible for the Sales Tax Holiday?
Computers with a sales price of less than $3,000;
School art supplies;
School computer supplies, with a sales price of less than $1,000;
School instructional materials;
School supplies; and
Sport or recreational equipment sold to individual purchasers for non-business use.
Where is a list of items that are eligible for the Sales Tax Holiday?
List of items can be found by downloading below.
Is there a limit on how many eligible items an individual customer can purchase?
No. There is no limit on how many eligible items an individual customer may purchase during the Sales Tax Holiday.
Download our list of sales tax exempt items and stay updated about the sales tax holiday by filling out this form
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“There are far too many New Jersey residents still struggling to make ends meet in the aftermath of the worst days of the COVID 19 pandemic. The ANCHOR program promises timely relief to millions of homeowners and renters, putting money back into their pockets, and helping to keep our state affordable, and our economy strong and competitive in both the near- and short-term”
“Helping people keep up with their bills and giving them more breathing room has never been more important than it is right now. Two billion dollars in direct property tax relief to New Jersey residents is monumental. Taxpayers will see the impact of this kind of investment on their property tax bill and in their wallets.”
“We are all committed to making New Jersey a more affordable state for middle-class families to live in and we are committed to creating opportunities for them to be able to build a better life right where they are. Direct and tangible property tax relief is doing exactly that,”
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