Maryland tax break on some appliances ends Monday
ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) - It's the last day to take advantage of a tax holiday in Maryland for energy-efficient appliances.
Marylanders who buy new, energy-efficient appliances through Monday will not have to pay the state's six percent sales tax on the items.
Eligible products include air conditioners, washing machines, furnaces and refrigerators.
Energy-efficient compact fluorescent light bulbs, dehumidifiers and programmable thermostats are also eligible.
The tax-free weekend is the result of legislation passed in 2007 by the Maryland General Assembly.