Unbalancing Florida’s Tax System: Eliminating Taxes on Wealth Shifts Burden to Others | Print |
November 2010

Two taxes targeted specifically to wealth disappeared during the last decade after having been collected in Florida for more than three-quarters of a century.

Elimination of these taxes—both paid almost entirely by more affluent Floridians—has cost the state more than $12 billion to date.  Furthermore, their absence will cost the state $2 billion each year in the future.

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