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Let the 7th Grade Math students have a blast experiencing a full BLACK FRIDAY excursion. Students will shop, and compare better buys using their understanding of calculating sales tax, and discount, to solve a performance task.

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This restyled vintage Secretary is sure to get noticed this holiday season. The cabinet is painted in a soft grey with teal highlights. The finish is distressed and antiqued to add even more charm. Dimensions are 36 wide x 18 deep x 77 tall. Offered at $490 plus tax.

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Atheism, Religion, God is Imaginary. Churches pay no taxes and yet they have a political say over my body? Defund Planned Parenthood? How about we defund churches.

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Top 10 Reasons to JOIN my Rodan + Fields Team NOW, instead of "after the holidays:" ;) 1. Receive a paycheck in January to help pay for all the Holiday spending! {The start of RESIDUAL INCOME!} 2. Give Gifts from your business kit and R+F store to your friends, family, teachers, Secret Santa exchanges, etc... 3. Tax write-offs for 2015!!! 4. Gift giving season provides a great time to give mini-facial product samples to everyone you know with skin! You'll have access t

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Christmas Shopping with Sales Tax Matching Card Activity - Word Problems

Great math station with quick and easy prep!Just print, cut and play!Your students will determine sales tax found in real world situations that they may possibly encounter while shopping during the holidays.There are 12 different problems that have to be matched to 12 different answers, for a total of 24 cards.Some problems ask for tax only and others ask for total cost, so students need to read carefully.Two options for printing!

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Do your holiday shopping at these hot spots in New Hampshire. Save on everything from handmade artisanal products and designer label outlets to endless antiques. And it's all tax free!

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2014 Tennessee Sales Tax Holiday - August 1-3 - The STate of Tennessee's Annual Sales Tax Holiday is held every year on the first Friday in August and ends the following Sunday night!

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