Blog Posts in March, 2018

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  • 2018 Florida Tax Legislation Update
    2018 Florida Tax Legislation Update

    The legislative session has finally come to an end and the governor has signed into law the Legislature’s 2018 tax package. There are a few exemptions that are renewed from last year. There are also ...

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  • 0% Florida Sales Tax Rate?  Yes, In Certain Zip Codes
    0% Florida Sales Tax Rate? Yes, In Certain Zip Codes

    Tangible personal property imported, produced, or manufactured in this state for export are not subject to Florida sales tax when the importer, producer, or manufacturer delivers the property to a ...

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  • Florida's Taxpayer Advocate Can Finally Advocate!
    Florida's Taxpayer Advocate Can Finally Advocate!

    After years in the making, a major win has unfolder for taxpayers – the Taxpayer Advocate is no longer under the complete control of the Department of Revenue effective July 1, 2018. The Taxpayer ...

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  • An Employer's Perspective: Florida
    An Employer's Perspective: Florida "Reemployment tax" aka, Unemployment Tax

    An Employer’s Perspective: Florida “Reemployment tax” aka, Unemployment Tax. Part I of II by James F. McAuley, Esq. Who must pay Florida Reemployment tax? Generally, speaking it’s the difference ...

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