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COVID-19 Impacts on Florida May Tax Revenues

Dean Mead Attorney French Brown
Published: June 26th, 2020

By: H. French Brown, IV

Florida’s general revenue fund is the main source of discretionary funding for the State. This January, the State’s economists estimated that the State would receive $36.2B in general revenue during the State’s fiscal year: July 1, 2019 – June 30, 2020. Of that amount, approximately $12.5B (34.5%) was expected to be received in March through […]

Initial Details Released on COVID-19 Impacts to Florida Tax Revenues

Dean Mead Attorney French Brown
Published: May 27th, 2020

By: H. French Brown, IV

Florida’s general revenue fund is the main source of discretionary funding for the State.  This January, the State’s economists estimated that the State would receive $36.2B in general revenue during the State’s fiscal year July 1, 2019 – June 30, 2020. Of that amount, approximately $12.5B (34.5%) was expected to be received in March through […]

Florida Department of Revenue Emergency Order Providing Limited Relief to Corporate Income Taxpayers: April 27, 2020

Dean Mead Attorney French Brown
Published: April 28th, 2020

By: H. French Brown, IV

On March 26, 2020, the Florida Department of Revenue issued Emergency Orders delaying sales tax and property tax payments for some businesses. On April 6, 2020, Governor DeSantis directed the Department of Revenue to issue an Emergency Order suspending the state’s documentary stamp tax on notes and written obligations made pursuant to Title I of […]

Florida Department of Revenue Emergency Order Suspending Documentary Stamp Tax on CARES Act Loans: April 6, 2020

Dean Mead Attorney French Brown
Published: April 6th, 2020

By: H. French Brown, IV

On March 26, the Florida Department of Revenue issued Emergency Orders delaying sales tax and property tax payments.  Today, Governor DeSantis directed the Department of Revenue to issue a new Emergency Order suspending the state’s documentary stamp tax on notes and written obligations made pursuant to Title I of the CARES Act.  The Governor’s action […]

The Florida Department of Revenue Seeks Legislation to Use Businesses’ Credit Card Data Against Them

Dean Mead Attorney French Brown
Published: February 12th, 2020

By: Angela C. Bonds H. French Brown, IV

The Florida Department of Revenue is actively pursuing legislation to mandate payment settlement companies, such as banks and credit card companies, to annually report credit card and third-party sales transactions for all Florida businesses. The Department will then use this data to analyze any business’s tax collection, and to audit or levy assessments if the […]

Dean Mead Attorneys Featured on Small Biz Florida Podcast

Dean Mead Attorney French Brown
Published: February 7th, 2020

By: H. French Brown, IV Michael D. Minton

Tune in to the most recent segment of Small Biz Florida which features shareholders Michael Minton and French Brown on Episode 3. The attorneys paired up to discuss why a small business needs to engage and build a relationship with a qualified business attorney, the importance of understanding and dealing with tax issues upfront instead […]

Wayfair: Formulating A Florida Response

Dean Mead Attorney French Brown
Dean Mead Attorney Robert Goldman
Published: April 23rd, 2019

By: H. French Brown, IV Robert S. Goldman

Dean Mead state and local tax attorney, Robert S. Goldman, recently served as lead researcher and author of a comprehensive Florida TaxWatch report on a significant issue facing Florida’s legislature in the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court’s June 21, 2018 decision in South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc. , 138 S. Ct. 2080 (2018). Read […]