Mississippi lawmakers voted in the “largest tax cut” in state history earlier this year when they authorized a gradual reduction in its income tax rate.
In Florida, motorists will not have to pay the state’s 25.3 cent-per-gallon tax on gasoline in October. The suspension of Georgia’s 29.1 center-per-gallon fuel tax was authorized in March and has since been extended into August.
In Tennessee, residents will get a one-month break from paying a sales tax on grocery purchases starting August 1. In Kansas and Virginia, sales taxes on groceries will soon be history altogether.