Tax Break Eyed for Florida Teachers, Cops, Military MembersClassroom teachers, members of the military, and first responders could receive higher homestead property-tax exemptions under a measure lawmakers could put before voters in November.
Tax Break On School, Hurricane Supplies Advances In Florida LegislatureFloridians could save on hurricane and school supplies under a bill now heading to the Senate floor.
Back-To-School Tax ‘Holiday’ Pitched In Florida SenateFloridians in August would get a 10-day sales tax “holiday” for back-to-school shopping, under a bill proposed Tuesday in the Senate.
Tax Break On Diapers Gets Quick ApprovalWith little discussion, a Senate committee Monday approved a bill that would provide a sales-tax exemption for diapers and incontinence products.
Charities Worried About Changes In Tax LawAs Americans try to understand the new Republican tax plan, some charities have big concerns over losing small donors in the future.
Florida Gov. Will Try Again To Eliminate Manufacturing TaxAs he continues to try and lure companies to Florida, Gov. Rick Scott once again is asking legislators to keep in place a tax break for manufacturing companies.
S Florida Lawmaker Wants Tax Break For 'Food Deserts' A South Florida lawmaker has proposed offering tax credits to businesses that sell large amounts of healthy food in low-income areas known as "food deserts."
Sweetwater Moves Forward With Tax Break For Disabled VeteransThe city of Sweetwater unanimously approved the first reading of an ordinance that would give a tax benefit to disabled veterans, Monday night.
House Panel Passes Tax Break For Manufacturers BillA House panel has given its approval to a bill which would exempt Florida manufacturers from paying the 6 percent sales tax on equipment purchases.
Fla. Will Renew Back-To-School Sales Tax Holiday There’s good news for Florida shoppers before they send their kids off to school next fall.