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Sales tax holiday in Florida ends Sunday night

Shoppers stock up on supplies at the Dadeland Target in 2014. This year’s tax-free shopping holiday wraps up Sunday night.
Shoppers stock up on supplies at the Dadeland Target in 2014. This year’s tax-free shopping holiday wraps up Sunday night. MIAMI HERALD STAFF

Shoppers, there’s still time to catch a tax break.

The state’s tax-free shopping holiday — which applies to school supplies priced at $15 or less, clothes and shoes under $100, and the first $750 of personal computers — ends at 11:59 p.m. Sunday. It was extended to 10 days this year instead of three.

Classes in Miami-Dade and Broward start Aug. 24.

Experts remind last-minute shoppers to brush up on the rules about what is exempt and what’s not, check out what sales are being offered by individual stores before heading out and hit the stores armed with a list.

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