The first of two disaster preparedness sales tax holidays begins this weekend, giving residents tax cuts on certain hurricane necessities.
The tax breaks come as part of the recently signed tax package House Bill 7063.
🚨The Disaster Preparedness Sales Tax Holiday begins THIS Saturday, May 27 and runs through Friday, June 9. Build your #hurricane kit with qualifying household supplies, pet supplies, batteries, flashlights and more - tax free! More info: https://t.co/xonZyv8Xsz pic.twitter.com/PdGWLluok5— Florida Department of Revenue (@FloridaRevenue) May 25, 2023
The two week time frame coincides with June 1, which marks the start of the Atlantic hurricane season.
A second tax holiday will run from August 28 to September 8.
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