Massachusetts tax holiday cost $20 million to $25 million in potential revenue, state estimates
There are 2 comments on the MassLive.com story from Aug 16, 2010, titled Massachusetts tax holiday cost $20 million to $25 million in potential revenue, state estimates. In it, MassLive.com reports that:
Kathleen M. Gourde, of Cooper's Gifts in Agawam, shows some of the Vera Bradley merchandise in her shop which were big sellers over the tax-free weekend.
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#1 Aug 17, 2010
If they are going to cry about it why do they offer it? There should be no sales tax anywhere. They steal from us every which way without the sales tax. Now Quincey is talking about billing insurance companies for "car crashes, rescue calls, false alarms." How stupid is that? It will drive up insurance premiums and just be another back door tax.
#2 Aug 17, 2010
if it came down to just a 3% tax, I think we would be more competitive. At 6.25%, it's cheaper to drive to NH.
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