TAX CUT: Florida Gov. Rick Scott wants to cut the state taxes charged on various communications services including cable and satellite television, cellphones and traditional phone lines. Scott on Tuesday will call on state legislators to cut nearly $500 million a year in the tax. The Scott administration estimates that the 3.6 percent tax cut would save the average Floridian more than $40 a year.
TAX CUT: Florida Gov. Rick Scott wants to cut the state taxes charged on various communications services including cable and satellite television, cellphones and traditional phone lines. Scott on Tuesday will call on state legislators to cut nearly $500 million a year in the tax. The Scott administration estimates that the 3.6 percent tax cut would save the average Floridian more than $40 a year. Courtesy of Florida Governor’s Office
TAX CUT: Florida Gov. Rick Scott wants to cut the state taxes charged on various communications services including cable and satellite television, cellphones and traditional phone lines. Scott on Tuesday will call on state legislators to cut nearly $500 million a year in the tax. The Scott administration estimates that the 3.6 percent tax cut would save the average Floridian more than $40 a year. Courtesy of Florida Governor’s Office

Scott pushing tax cut on cellphones, cable and satellite TV

January 20, 2015 11:49 AM

UPDATED January 20, 2015 05:07 PM

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