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On Saturday, August 15, and Sunday, August 16, Massachusetts residents can take advantage of Ariens special financing offers, including no interest for 18 months (if paid in full), in addition to tax exemption on their purchases.
Why choose Ariens? That's simple...
We're the King of Snow®
Known for performance and legendary durability, Ariens has the lawn equipment and snow removal equipment that you need to get the job done. Often passed down from one generation to the next, these all-steel machines are engineered with commercial-duty cast iron gear cases and large intake components that set the standard for reliability.
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What's a tax free holiday?
A recently enacted statute provides for a Massachusetts “sales tax holiday weekend,” i.e., two consecutive days during which most purchases made by individuals for personal use will not be subject to Massachusetts sales or use taxes. St. 2015, c. XXX (“the Act”). The Act provides that the sales tax holiday will occur on August 15 and 16, 2015 and on those days, non-business sales at retail of single items of tangible personal property costing $2,500 or less are exempt from sales and use taxes, subject to certain exclusions. The following do not qualify for the sales tax holiday exemption and remain subject to tax: all motor vehicles, motorboats, meals, telecommunications services, gas, steam, electricity, tobacco products and any single item whose price is in excess of $2,500. The Act charges the Commissioner of Revenue with issuing instructions or forms and rules and regulations necessary to carry out the purposes of the Act. For more information, visit The 2015 Massachusetts Sales Tax Holiday Weekend.