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Florida Intangible Tax


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The Florida intangible tax is a one-time tax on obligations to pay money secured by a mortgage or lien.

The intangible tax on stocks, bonds, mutual funds, and other intangible assets was repealed in 2007.

How much is the Florida intangible tax?

The Florida intangible tax is 2 mills. That’s 0.2%.

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