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Tourist Development Tax
Who is required to pay tourist tax?
This answer has been viewed 3267 times and was last updated on 09/15/2017.
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Anyone who rents, leases, lets, or grants a license to use living quarters or sleeping/housekeeping accommodations for six months or less must pay tourist tax, which is also known as tourist development tax and resort tax. For details, see Florida Statute 125.0104.

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