Re: Found this blog about Snap Benefits
We have this in California, but since there is no tax on food, it isn't applicable to SNAP transactions.
Originally Posted by happysmileylady
Technically it's not a tax on coupons, it's a tax on the item, that you have to pay on top of the coupon. So for sake of ease, lets say you buy a shampoo for $1, and have a coupon for 99c off. You live in a state with a 5% sales tax, you would have to pay 6c for that shampoo-5c tax and the 1 penny difference between the coupon and the price of the item.
Mom of 3 - DS 7yo, DD 4yo, and baby DD