Salem, Mass. (June 23, 2004) -- Massachusetts will join the growing list of states across the country offering sales tax holidays in an effort to boost consumer spending.
On Aug. 14, Massachusetts will become the tenth state to offer a sales tax holiday, which will exempt consumers for the day from the state’s standard 5 percent sales tax.
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