Florida Senate Eyes Tax Breaks For Diapers, School NeedsA series of proposed tax breaks, from exemptions on baby and adult diapers to creating a tax “holiday” for back-to-school items, advanced Thursday in the Senate and could end up as part of negotiations with the House.
Take Advantage Of The Back To School 'Sales Tax Holiday'Florida shoppers can once again take advantage of a three-day “tax-free holiday” weekend in anticipation of the new school year.
Tax 'Holiday' For Back-To-School ShoppersIt’s that time of year again!  Florida shoppers can once again take advantage of a three-day “tax-free holiday” weekend in anticipation of the new school year.
Back-To-School Shoppers Get A Tax Break This WeekendFlorida retailer are getting ready for back-to-school shoppers this weekend during the state's sales tax "holiday."
Newest Tax Cut Idea: Tax Holiday For MilitaryA Miami Democrat wants to give U.S. military veterans a two-month sales tax "holiday" at the end of 2016.
Back To School Sales Tax Holiday May Be Longer This YearThe state's annual back to school sales tax holiday could be 10 days longer this year.
House Bill Would Create Tax Holiday For Small BusinessesMove over Black Friday. A freshman House Republican filed a proposal Wednesday that would create a sales-tax holiday on November 28th for many small businesses in Florida.
Florida Legislature Approves 3 Sales Tax HolidaysSure to please many school-supply-buyers, the Florida Legislature approved a three-day tax holiday in August.
House Completes Work On Scott's Tax CutsThe Florida House passed a plethora of tax cuts Thursday that includes multiple sales tax holidays in the coming year. The bill will reduce the state revenue by $100 million and complete Governor Rick Scott's election year plan of $500 million in tax cuts.
Scott Reauthorizes August's Sales Tax HolidayFlorida shoppers hoping to get a break from sales tax on certain items will have their chance in August.
Florida's Sales Tax Holiday To Return In AugustAttention shoppers: Mark Aug. 2 to Aug. 4 on your calendars. The Senate Appropriations Committee on Tuesday approved a bill (SB 916) that would allow back-to-school shoppers to avoid paying sales taxes on numerous types of items during the three-day period in August.