Florida House Sales Tax Package Worth $325 Million And Growing A wide-ranging tax package approved Tuesday by the House Appropriations Committee would cut state and local revenue next fiscal year by at least $325 million.
State Revenues Beat Expectations In FebruaryAs state lawmakers await updated projections that will help build next year’s state budget, they received a little more good news Tuesday, as monthly revenue collections continue to outpace expectations.
Plan For Sales Tax, Unemployment Fund Gets Support In Florida HouseA day after legislative leaders unleashed the plan, the House began moving forward Thursday with a proposal that would cover a pandemic-caused shortfall in the unemployment system by requiring out-of-state online retailers to collect sales taxes from Floridians.
Florida Gets Boost In Tax Revenues In DecemberFlorida in December recorded its best monthly general-revenue collections since the start of the coronavirus pandemic.
November State Revenue Tops ExpectationsAs Florida continues trying to claw itself out of financial problems caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, November general-revenue collections exceeded expectations and slightly topped collections in pre-pandemic November 2019, according to a report released Wednesday.
Florida's September Tax Revenues Offer A Mixed PictureFlorida had a second consecutive month of better-than-expected revenue numbers in September, but tax collections continue to reflect the economic damage caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
Florida Sales Taxes Remain Down In July As Tourism SuffersState general revenues came in just above a forecast amount in July, but the coronavirus pandemic continued to hammer sales-tax collections.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis Signs Plan For Tax ‘Holidays’Hurricane-tested Floridians and back-to-school shoppers will be able to once again take advantage of sales-tax “holidays” as they prepare for the upcoming storm season and the new school year.
Supreme Court Ruling On Internet Sales Tax Could Be Major For FloridaA U.S. Supreme Court decision expanding the ability of states to pull in tax dollars from online purchases could have a significant impact in Florida.
Supreme Court Sales Tax Case Could Make Online Shopping Cost MoreOnline shoppers have gotten used to seeing that line on checkout screens before they click "purchase," but a case before the Supreme Court could change that.
Disaster Preparedness Sales Tax Holiday Now UnderwayHurricane season 2017 is officially underway and folks looking to buy hurricane supplies can save a few bucks this weekend.
Get Ready For Hurricane Season With Disaster Preparedness Sales Tax HolidayWith the official start of hurricane season on Thursday, June 1st, comes a three-day disaster preparedness sales tax holiday.
Gov. Scott Signs Off On $180 Million Tax Cut PackageWith the stroke of a pen, Governor Rick Scott signed off on a $180 tax cut package which includes back to school supplies, hurricane supplies, and feminine hygiene products.
Sales Tax Holiday Proposed For AugustA state Senate Republican has proposed holding a 10-day tax "holiday" in August for back-to-school shoppers.
Senate Panel Backs Feminine Hygiene Tax ExemptionA measure to end what has become known as the "tampon tax" was unanimously approved Monday by the Senate Commerce and Tourism Committee.