West Virginia MetroNews – This weekend’s Sales Tax Holiday in West Virginia is expected to benefit a number of state residents who are hoping to save a few dollars amid the ongoing COVID-19 crisis. Read the full article.
“For a family that’s struggling, that can really help,” said Sean O’Leary, a senior analyst with the West Virginia Center on Budget and Policy.
The holiday runs from Friday to Monday. During that time, consumers will not be charged the state’s six percent sales tax on items like clothes, school supplies, sporting equipment, laptops and tablet computers.