Sales tax holidays: evidence on incidence



Justin M Ross, Indiana University Bloomington, USA.


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Thursday, 6 July, 2017 - 12:15 to 13:30

Sales tax holidays are temporary suspensions of tax rates applicable to certain types of goods. States frequently employ these tools to realize a variety of objectives, including economic stimulus and providing financial support to certain types of taxpayers. Critics of these policies often raise the concern that the intended benefits of these policies will be undermined if retailers respond with increases in pre-tax prices.

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