Florida Sales Tax Calculator
If you are looking for a simple sales tax calculator for Florida, you're in the right place! Our Florida sales tax calculator is a handy tool where you only provide the purchase price and the ZIP code of the location of the purchase or delivery to obtain the sales tax amount.
You can also use our Florida sales tax calculator as a Florida vehicle sales tax calculator if you input the value of the bought car. If you want to estimate sales tax with a specific tax rate and have a more general review on this subject, check our sales tax calculator.
Also, if you want to learn more about Federal income tax, check our tax bracket calculator.
What is sales tax in Florida? - A general review on Florida sales tax rates
Generally, sales taxes in the U.S. are applied on three levels or jurisdictions: state, county, and city or municipality. In addition, some states use a special rate. In Florida, however, neither city nor municipality sales tax or special rate is applicable.
The Florida state sales tax is 6%, with varying county sales tax rates between 0% and 1.5%.
The average combined Florida sales tax rate in 2022 was 7.03%.
Shipping costs for taxable sales are typically taxable whether separately stated or included. However, separately stated transportation charges which can be avoided (by having a customer handle shipping) are exempt in Florida.
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How do I use the Florida sales tax calculator?
As we mentioned, our tool is really simple to use as you need to provide the following two variables.
- Purchase amount; and
- Purchase location ZIP Code.
For example, if the purchase price of the item bought in Palm Beach is
$100, you need to enter
33480 as the ZIP Code with the
$100 purchase price, and you will immediately see the result of
For better understanding, our tool also shows you the sales tax breakdown. In the present case, the final amount of sales tax builds up in the following way:
Florida state tax rate is 6%:
$100 × 0.06 = $6.00
Palm Beach County tax rate is 1%:
$100 × 0.01 = $1.00
Total sales tax rate for Palm Beach County, Florida, is 7%:
$100 × 0.07 = $7.00
When is Florida sales tax holiday?
The upcoming Florida sales tax holiday dates are the following:
Baby Diapers and clothing items for babies and kids ages five and younger: July 1, 2022 – June 30, 2023;
Energy Star Appliances: July 1, 2022 – June 30, 2023;
Home Hardening: July 1, 2022 – June 30, 2024; and
Motor Fuel: October 1 – 31, 2022.
What is exempt from sales tax in Florida?
The following items are not subject to Florida sales tax:
New machinery and equipment;
Repair parts and labor to that machinery and equipment;
Utilities, including electricity and natural gas consumed in production;
Utility usage may be apportioned based upon taxable and non-taxable usage.
Does Florida have sales tax?
Yes. Florida sales taxes build up by a 6 percent state sales tax plus a county-specific sales tax ranging between 0% and 1.5%. As of October 2022, the average combined sales tax rate is 7.03%.
How much is sales tax in Florida?
The average combined sales tax rate, as of October 2022, is 7.03% in Florida. A 6 percent state sales tax is always applicable, and a county-specific sales tax also applies in most cases (ranging between 0% and 1.5%).
How much sales tax do I pay after $100 purchase in Florida?
Considering only the state sales tax, you'll need to pay a $6 sales tax.
Generally, you need to pay a 6% state sales tax wherever your purchase happens plus a municipality sales tax, depending on the location, which ranges between 0% and 1.5%.
How do I calculate sales tax in Florida?
Follow the below three steps for computing the sales tax in Florida:
Determine the purchase amount – add shipping cost if applicable.
Check the applicable state sales tax rate and the county sales tax rate.
Multiply the purchase amount by the sum of applicable rates.
Our Florida sales tax calculator reflects state tax rates applicable in October 2022.
You should consider our tool as a financial estimation. The result is based on the data you provided in the specifications that are, despite our best effort, not exhaustive.
For this reason, we created the calculator for instructional purposes only. Still, if you experience a relevant drawback or encounter any inaccuracy, we are always pleased to receive helpful feedback and advice.