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The two-week hurricane tax holiday begins this weekend in Florida

The state of Florida is helping residents prepare for the upcoming Atlantic hurricane season.

A two-week Disaster Preparedness Sales Tax Holiday starts on June 1 and ends on June 14.

This is just in time for hurricane season, which starts June 1.

These are the tax-free items that qualify:

$10 or less

$15 or less

Read: KUA releases the 2024 Hurricane Preparedness Guide

$20 or less

$25 or less

Sells for $40 or less

  • Candles

  • Flashlights

  • Lanterns

  • Pet beds

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$50 or less

  • Portable radios with their own power supply, walkie-talkies or weather band radios

  • Gas or diesel fuel tanks

  • Batteries, including rechargeable batteries, sizes listed only: AA cell, AAA cell, C cell, D cell, 6 volts, 9 volts

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$60 or less

Read: Hurricane Supply Checklist: What to Include in Your Kit?

$70 or less

$100 or less

  • Tarpaulins or other flexible waterproof tarpaulins

  • Ground anchor systems

  • Portable kennels and carriers for pets

  • Ratchet straps

  • Mounting sets

  • Dry dog ​​or cat food weighing less than 50 pounds

$3,000 or less

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