Ohio Tax Free Weekend 2023: All you need to know about it is available here!

The Department of Taxation, Ohio has confirmed the Ohio Tax Free Weekend 2023 will take place between from August 04 to 06, 2023. One can do online and offline shopping to save tax on the products and goods, you need to know that in the State of Ohio, different goods are taxed around 6% to 8% and you can save a good money by purchasing the required things during the tax free weekend.

Ohio Tax Free Weekend 2023

Ohio’s Department of Taxation has released a notification on its official website and information the individuals living the territory of its state that there will be tax free weekend on 04 and 05 August 2023 on different products, by purchasing different good and product for personal use during the tax free weekend one can save 6% to 8% tax which are charged during the normal.

There is no need to fill any online or offline form to avoid paying tax during tax free weekend, if any person buys any item or thing on 4th or 5th August 2023 then tax will not be charged on it. Tax holiday in Ohio will begin on 12:00 midnight friday and last till 11:59 pm on Sunday. Before rushing to buy the product or things during the weekend you must know that on which product you won’t be taxed, is it applicable for all or not? To learn more about it stay tuned.


What will be tax-free during the Tax Holidays in Ohio?

Only those products and things are going to be tax-free during the Ohio Tax Free Weekend 2023, which will be purchased for the personal, who buys the thing for trade or business, he or she will have to pay the tax. For the personal use only those Clothing and School supplies & instructional material will be tax-free whose price will be less then or equal to $75 and $20, respectively, if the price exceeds even by 1 cent, then it will become taxable.

Clothing accessories or equipment are the proceduct which will be taxed during the tax holidays, you may know the name of the products which will be tax-free on 4 and 5 August 2023 if it’s price doesn’t exceed by the required amount.


  • T-shirt
  • Pant
  • Shifts
  • Sweater
  • Jacket
  • Coat
  • Jeans
  • Shorts
  • Tracksuit

School supplies & instructional material

  • Binders
  • Book bags
  • Calculators
  • Cellophane tape
  • Blackboard chalk
  • Compasses
  • Composition books
  • Crayons
  • Erasers
  • Folders
  • Glue, paste, and paste sticks
  • Highlighters
  • Index cards and index card boxes
  • Legal pads
  • Lunch boxes
  • Markers
  • Notebooks
  • Pencil boxes and other school supply boxes
  • Pencil sharpeners
  • Pencils
  • Pens
  • Protractors
  • Rulers
  • Scissors
  • Writing tablets

During the tax-free weekends, School supplies & instructional materials are going to be sold in large numbers, because we are just a week far from the reopening of school. It is expected that like last year, each family is likely to spend $850 to $900 per kid for School supplies & instructional material, by purchasing the back-to-school essential during tax free weekend, one will be able to save hundreds of dollars.

ohio Tax Free Weekend 2023

Item which will be taxed even during the tax-free weekend in Ohio:

If the clothing and school supplies & instructional material purchased for personal use and its individual price exceeds by $75 and $20, then it will become taxable. According to the Department of Taxation, Ohio, if the eligible product bought for trade or business use is  taxable, sewing equipment and supplies, sports or recreational equipment, belt buckles, costume masks, patches and emblems sold separately will be taxed whether its price exceeds the qualifying amount.

To get updated information regarding the Ohio Tax Free Weekend 2023, you are requested to keep your eyes on the official website of Ohio’s Department of Taxation, which is accessible at https://tax.ohio.gov/.

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2 thoughts on “Ohio Tax Free Weekend 2023: All you need to know about it is available here!”

  1. Does the tax free weekend apply to ONLY clothing and school supplies? What about household items, sports equipment, electronics?


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