The First DCA rules in favor of taxpayer in administrative rule challenge

By Jonathan Taylor | May 9, 2020

Earlier this week, the First DCA issued an opinion in favor of…

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How general rulemaking authority led to trouble for a Florida agency

By Jonathan Taylor | April 28, 2020

The First DCA recently issued an opinion dealing with the interesting of…

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Taxpayer stops school district from interfering with ad valorem property tax case

By Jerry Donnini | October 22, 2019

The last thing a taxpayer wants to happen in their fight against…

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Court Holds County Responsible for Ad Valorem Property Tax Payments to Another County

By Jerry Donnini | October 17, 2019

Most Florida ad valorem property tax cases involve a taxpayer and a…

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I Want to Get Involved in the Green Rush in Florida. How Do I Do It?

By Paula Savchenko | October 11, 2019

Everyone wants to get involved in the green rush of the year…

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Overlooked Exemptions – Shipping, Freight, and Packaging

By Jerry Donnini | September 12, 2019

It is easy to ignore the sales tax consequences of shipping, freight,…

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Overlooked Exemptions – Technology

By Jerry Donnini | September 10, 2019

Technology exemptions are some of the most easily overlooked exemptions because they…

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Week Before FL Corporate Income Tax Returns Due, DOR Makes New Rules

By Jerry Donnini | August 28, 2019

On August 26, 2019, the Florida Department of Revenue issued a Tax…

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Bad Debts – An Overlooked Sales Tax Exemption

By Jerry Donnini | August 27, 2019

Bad debts are often carefully considered for federal tax purposes but overlooked…

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Manufacturing – An Overlooked Sales and Use Tax Exemption

By Jerry Donnini | August 20, 2019

Many states offer unique and specific manufacturing exemptions that can provide great…

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