Back to school shopping is in full swing. State Revenue Commissioner Cynthia Bauerly is reminding Minnesotans to save those school supply receipts:

“If you’re buying them for your student who is in K-12 whether it’s pens, pencils, notebooks or maybe even a computer or educational software — save those receipts and they can help reduce your tax bill at tax time.”

Last year over 200-thousand Minnesota families saved an average of 244-dollars in their taxes.