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Undeniable reason to love Florida tax-free shopping

Florida is offering shoppers some savings on eligible purchases of apparel, school supplies, and electronic devices like laptops, desktops and tablets.

Florida Back To School sales tax holiday is July 25 to August 7, 2022 when state sales tax is withheld on qualifying items. Students and non-students are welcome to purchase tax-exempt items.

In Florida, state sales taxes are 6 percent or $6 for every $100 spent.  Usually, in regions where additional local sales taxes are assessed, those taxes are waived. If you spend $250 on eligible items, you’ll save at least $15 in sales taxes.

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Individual qualifying items must be within designated price limits.  School supplies of $50 or less. Apparel, footwear and accessories of $100 or less.  Computers and computer accessories for $1,500 or less.  There is no limit on eligible tax-exempt purchases as long as they are within the price limits.

If the price of an item is higher than the limit, the tax exemption does not apply.

 Information is online.

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Patti Roth

About Patti Roth

Patti Roth, the editor of Fort Lauderdale on the Cheap, scouts out state and national deals, discounts and coupons for our readers, finding the real deals and presenting them in an easy-to-read format. A veteran newspaper and magazine writer and a longtime South Florida resident, she has written for The Miami Herald, The Sun-Sentinel in Fort Lauderdale, Florida Travel and Life, E Environmental Magazine, Dog Fancy, Cat Fancy, US Architecture and Earth911.com. Send your cheap tips to her at info@fortlauderdaleonthecheap.com.

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