Read more about hurricanes at www.vaemergency.gov

 It’s smart to get ready for hurricane and flash flooding season, which arrives June 1st. And it’s smart to save money.

You can do both by shopping for such products as batteries, food storage containers, generators, first aid kits, bottled water, radios and more between May 25 and 31. When you do, you won’t pay sales tax on many useful products that cost up to $60 or on generators costing $1,000 or less. That’s a savings of 5 percent.

A complete list of exempt items is available at www.tax.virginia.gov/salestaxholiday.

Purchasing supplies is important, but it’s critical to make a family emergency plan. Protect your family now by making a plan. It’s free, it’s simple, and it will make a big difference.

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Guidelines and rules for the Hurricane Preparedness Sales Tax Holiday are available from the Virginia Department of Taxation. For complete information, go to www.tax.virginia.gov/salestaxholidayoverview

Virginia’s Hurricane Preparedness Sales Tax Holiday was approved by the General Assembly in 2007 and in April 2012, it was extended until 2017. The Code of Virginia was amended to include sales tax exemptions for certain hurricane preparedness equipment. To read the law, go to http://leg1.state.va.us/cgi-bin/legp504.exe?000+cod+58.1-611.3

Read more about hurricane season: http://www.vaemergency.gov/readyvirginia/stayinformed/hurricanes

Hurricane evacuation information: http://www.virginiadot.org/travel/hurricane_defauLT.asp

Storm surge maps for coastal Virginia: http://www.vaemergency.gov/readyvirginia/stay-informed/hurricane/storm-surge

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