In Tennessee, sales tax will end temporarily.
This will cut the cost that residents pay when buying essentials.
How long will it last?
The bill to temporarily end grocery sales tax in Tennessee has just passed. The 30-day grocery tax holiday is set to take effect in August. Read more about it here.
Food items that are not purchased as ready-to-eat are currently taxed at 4% in Tennessee. However, local governments often add extra taxes.
The bill was passed as relief from inflation. The current inflation rate is the highest it has been in 40 years.
Many people think that more assistance measures should be taken but are still excited about the tax holiday.
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