Así es como Florida se compara con otros estados en cuanto al impuesto total sobre las ventas

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” data-medium-file=”″ data-large-file=”″ /> A new national report ranks Florida 23rd in the United States for combined sales and local taxes, with a sales tax rate of 6% and an average local sales tax of 1.02%. But while many states also have an income tax on top of state and local sales taxes, Florida does not, making it extremely competitive

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