The tax-free weekend for back to school shopping is getting close. And this year, the state has added a second sales-tax holiday.

Back to school shopping starts next weekend.

The limits on how much you can spend on tax-free items has doubled this year.

You can spend up to $200 for clothing and school supplies and $3,000 for computers and other electronics.

Then the weekend of August 7, you'll be able to buy food and drinks at restaurants, tax-free.

This is a first time for Tennessee.

It'll save you money and hopefully gives local restaurants a much-needed boost.

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