CEA Says Sales-Tax Holidays Boost PC Sales
The Consumer Electronics Association released findings that showed that lower income families were more inclined to purchase a home computer system if the sales tax were eliminated, as it was during sales-tax holidays that several states enacted for the back-to-school season. The random survey showed that 27 percent of families with yearly household incomes less than $25,000 would be more likely to buy a home computer if the sales tax were eliminated. Fifty percent of the households that do already not own a computer plan to buy on in the next year and said that a sales-tax holiday would increase the likelihood of that purchase.
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