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|Must I, as a home owner, charge tourist tax on my own residence, or other units that I own?
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Yes; if your home or other units meet the criteria for tourist tax, you must charge tourist tax (5%). You must also charge Florida sales tax (7%).
Visit our tourist tax new account application page to apply for a tourist tax account. After we create your account, we'll send you a letter containing your account number, instructions for accessing Excise (our online tourist tax system), and your user name and password.
Here's a partial list of taxable unit types:
For information on sales tax, visit the Florida Department of Revenue website or call (800) 352-3671.
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