Gov. Scott Wants Tax Holidays, Cuts In License FeesGovernor Scott is taking his pitch for tax cuts on the road. On Monday he'll make stops in three cities; Ft. Myers, Sanford, and Jacksonville.
Trump, House GOP Tout New Tax Overhaul PlanHouse Republicans are touting their new overhaul bill which claim will give the middle class the biggest benefits.
Morgan Stanley: Trump Tax Cuts Could Create Boom The BustAs lawmakers on Capitol Hill continue to bicker over tax reform, President Donald Trump argues the American economy "desperately" needs "massive" tax cuts.
Tax Cut Package Sent To Gov. ScottThe state legislature's $91.6 million tax-cut package for next fiscal year has been formally sent to Gov. Rick Scott.
Gov. Scott Wants $600+ Million In Tax Cuts Florida Gov. Rick Scott hits the road Wednesday to tout a multi-million tax cut package he plans to ask the Republican-controlled state legislature to approve.
Tax Cuts, School Choice, Bullying Among New State LawsJuly 1st is not only the start of a month, it's also the start of the state's new fiscal year. During the legislative session earlier this year, state lawmakers passed 279 bills and 161 of them take effect on Friday.
Gov. Scott Signs Trimmed Down Tax Cut PackageGovernor Rick Scott has signed off on a trimmed-down package of tax cuts that will permanently eliminate a sales tax on manufacturing equipment and set up a three-day tax "holiday" for back-to-school shoppers.
Senate Considers Tax Cuts On Individual BasisThe Senate, which has yet to settle on a bottom-line figure for tax cuts, continues to review potential revenue reductions one piece at a time.
Scott Takes Tax-Cut Pitch To SenateGov. Rick Scott on Monday dismissed a suggestion that a reduction in property taxes be swapped for part of his proposed $1 billion in mostly business-friendly tax cuts.
Lawmakers Weigh Incentives, Tax CutsGov. Rick Scott wants $250 million to attract companies to Florida and hopes to convince lawmakers to support a series of business-friendly tax cuts that would permanently remove more than $1 billion from state revenue.
10 Issues To Watch During The 2016 SessionFlorida lawmakers will return to the Capitol next week for an election-year legislative session. We've got 10 issues you'll want to keep an eye on.