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FL Dept Rev - Florida Sales and Use Tax


Sales tax is added to the price of taxable goods or services and collected from the purchaser at the time of sale. Florida's general sales tax rate is 6 percent.

FL Dept Rev - Florida Tax and Interest Rates


Florida's sales and use tax rate is 6%. Discretionary sales surtax (also called county tax) is imposed by many Florida counties and applies to most transactions  ...

Florida (FL) Sales Tax Rates by City


The latest sales tax rates for cities in Florida (FL) state. Rates include state, county and city taxes. 2015 rates included for use while preparing your income tax ...

Florida Sales Tax Rates By City & County 2016 - SalesTaxHandbook


List of 2016 sales tax rates in Florida by city & county.

Florida State Sales Tax Rates | TaxRates.com


Florida sales tax basics. The Florida (FL) state sales tax rate is currently 6%. Depending on local municipalities, the total tax rate can be as high as 7.5%. Florida ...

Florida - Sales Tax Handbook 2016


The Florida Sales Tax Handbook provides everything you need to understand the Florida Sales Tax as a consumer or business owner, including sales tax rates , ...

Florida Sales Tax Rates by County


Find and compare Florida sales tax rates for counties all over Florida. Data from the Florida Department of Revenue.

What Is the Sales Tax Rate in Florida by County? - Miami - About.com


Florida law mandates a minimum sales tax rate of 6%, collected by the state government to provide services to all Floridians. However, the law also provides for ...

Florida Sales Tax Guide for Businesses - TaxJar


Florida Sales Tax Guide for Businesses. Sales Tax Rate: 6.0%; Local Taxes: Yes; Website: Department of Revenue; Tax Line: 1-800-352-3671 ...

State of Florida.com | Florida Tax Guide


There is no personal income tax in Florida. Florida Sales Tax: Florida sales tax rate is 6%. Florida State Tax: Florida does not have a state income tax. Florida ...

Florida has a general sales tax of 6%.
Florida has a sales tax holiday during the second week of August.
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