If you can hold off from buying that energy-efficient refrigerator or furnace for a little more than a week, you could save 6 percent sales tax in Maryland.
The state’s annual sales tax holiday runs Feb. 16-18 for those buying “Energy Star” products.
The state offers answers to frequent questions online. Consumers can also find online a list of qualified Energy Star products, which runs from washers and dryers to light bulbs.
Tax-free holiday in Maryland for Energy Star products
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