ATLANTA (AP) - Georgia residents will soon get a tax break for buying energy-efficient products.
The state's energy-efficient sales tax holiday begins Thursday and runs through midnight Sunday. It exempts the sales tax for those who buy energy-efficient air conditioners, light bulbs, windows, refrigerators and other products priced below $1,500.
Legislators also added a provision this year that extends the tax break to water-saving products. That includes high-efficiency toilets, faucet accessories and bathroom sink faucets.
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