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Tourist Development Tax
What is tourist tax?
This answer has been viewed 2417 times and was last updated on 09/15/2017.
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Tourist tax (also known as tourist development tax, resort tax, and bed tax) is a five percent tax collected on rentals or leases of six months or less. The requirements and conditions of that taxation are set forth by the State of Florida and the county governments within the state. For details, see Florida Statute 125.0104.

 
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