With summer ending just as quickly as it began, Florida’s annual back-to-school sales tax holiday is back again. And for the first time ever, the savings opportunity will run for 14 days rather than the usual weekend.
But is it really an annual holiday? And is it really a savings opportunity?
The back-to-school sales tax holiday has been a usual sight ahead of the academic year that begins each August. This year, the holiday runs from Monday until Aug. 7, two Sundays later.
Over those two weeks, the state expects to waive more than $100 million in revenue, including $22.8 million
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