NEW YORK — A year ago, Thanksgiving brought a flurry of Thanksgiving-themed gifts and freebies for millions of Americans.
Now, that tradition is set to end.
The holidays are ending for many of the nation’s traditions.
Here’s a look at how the holidays are coming to an end.JANUARYThe holidays end for some of the country’s most cherished traditions, including Christmas, Easter, New Year’s and Presidents Day.
Many people celebrated the end of the Christmas season by making gifts for their loved ones.
For the first time in many years, Americans will not have to pay taxes on gifts they receive during the holidays.
On Jan. 6, Americans are no longer required to make a tax return to make Thanksgiving Day a federal holiday.
That will allow many people to make more gifts, including food, clothing and furniture.
People will also no longer have to report holiday gifts to the IRS.
The government is making a voluntary contribution to a fund that provides assistance for people who need help to cover expenses related to the holiday.