$150 Million in Possible Tax Savings

Initial Florida House Tax Package Offers $150 Million in Savings

Florida families and job creators could see savings on cell phones, the business rent tax, back-to-school shopping and more under the initial tax package the Florida House proposed. In total, the House’s tax package calls for $150 million in savings, and is a starting point as the House and Senate prepare to negotiate the state’s budget in the remaining weeks of the 2020 Legislative Session.

The House’s tax savings package includes Florida Chamber-backed targeted tax savings, including:

• A reduction of the Communications Services Tax by 0.5 percent,
• A reduction of the Business Rent Tax from 5.5 to 5.4 percent, or $30 million,
• A three-day back-to-school sales tax holiday on clothing less than $60, and on the first $1,000 on computers, and
• A seven-day disaster preparedness sales tax holiday.

The initial House tax package also included other tax policy changes, some that would impact industries differently. These changes include:

• Allowing the use of Tourism Development Tax dollars for water quality improvement projects,
• Changing how the property tax exemption is calculated for non-profit hospitals,
• Increasing the aviation fuel tax refund for certain carriers from 1.41 cents per gallon to 2.38 cents per gallon,
• Allowing the use of the local option food and beverage tax to be used for water quality improvement projects, and
• An increase in the brownfields tax credit.
The Senate will release its tax proposals in the coming weeks. The Florida Chamber will continue to monitor in an effort to advocate for smarter and competitive tax policies. Join us in this effort by signing this petition.

Share the Impact to Your Business

Contact Carolyn Johnson at 850-521-1235 or cjohnson@flchamber.com to share how some of these proposals will impact your business.

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Why It Matters to Florida

A competitive and equitable tax system creates jobs and strengthens the economy. With 26 million people expected to call Florida home by 2030, Florida will need to create 1.7 million jobs. One key to creating jobs for this growing population will be a competitive and equitable tax system. Yet, Florida is the only state in the nation that taxes businesses on rent – setting up discouraging and discriminatory tax policies.

Florida’s Competitiveness Agenda

In order for Florida’s businesses to grow and remain competitive the Florida Chamber will continue to support:

  • Eliminating Florida’s Business Rent Tax
    Florida is currently the only state in the nation that charges a Business Rent Tax. That means in Florida, businesses pay a six percent tax on the space they lease, including added costs to that lease, such as property taxes, maintenance and the cost of insurance — meaning some businesses are subject to double taxation. This tax costs Florida businesses $1.7 billion every single year.
  • Reducing Corporate Income Tax
    The Florida Chamber will continue to support reducing Florida’s corporate income tax. The Florida Chamber has long championed the increase of the corporate income tax exemption. In 2011, 79 percent of qualifying Florida businesses were fully exempt from paying corporate income tax under the current $50,000 exemption. This helps businesses focus on creating jobs and hiring Floridians.
  • Fixing the Internet Sales Tax
    The Florida Chamber will continue working with the Florida Legislature on the Internet sales tax, to ensure businesses can continue to expand and remain competitive.
  • Research & Development Tax Credit
    The Florida Legislature has increased the Research & Development Tax Credit cap twice in the last four years, recognizing that this program has been historically oversubscribed. In 2018, the cap was $16.5 million and $68 million in credits were requested, with over $200 billion in reported research and development expenditures. Each applicant only received approximately 25 percent of the amount of credit determined in their application for the work performed. We look forward to working with the Legislature to increase the cap to $35 million to allow companies to receive a greater percentage of the Research and Development credits allowable under law.

The Fight for Free Enterprise Continues

The time for targeted tax reform is now. Meaningful and pro-growth tax reform will position Florida for stronger economic growth. Lowering taxes, simplifying America’s tax code and cutting the Florida-only business rent tax will help relieve burdens on Florida’s business, job creators, and families. Instead of short-term solutions, the Florida Chamber believes in creating long-term sustainable outcomes so Florida can continue to attract and grow the top businesses in the nation.

Florida Chamber of Commerce Leads Delegation of Job Creators to Washington, D.C.

 

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Advocacy Efforts Focus on International Trade, Infrastructure and Targeted Tax Reform

WASHINGTON D.C. (May 14, 2018) — The Florida Chamber of Commerce is taking its advocacy efforts to Washington, D.C. this week, emphasizing the importance of international trade, infrastructure and targeted tax reforms. The Florida Chamber’s delegation includes business leaders from across the state, representing small businesses and the state’s largest employers, and will include meetings with Florida’s Congressional Delegation, federal agencies and foreign dignitaries.

Spearheaded by the Florida Chamber’s federal advocacy team, the “D.C. Fly-In” is occurring while the nation’s Capital celebrates National Infrastructure Week, and falls on the heels of the Florida Chamber’s reinforced undertaking of its long and steady infrastructure and growth leadership efforts through the Florida Chamber Infrastructure Coalition.

“It’s important for Florida to be represented at the federal level so that the voices of Florida’s job creators are heard,” said ALICE ANCONA, Director, International Strategy and Policy, Florida Chamber of Commerce. “We will continue to advocate for businesses at all levels of government to ensure Florida remains the best place for jobs to stay and grow.”

The Florida Chamber’s “D.C. Fly-In” delegation will focus their attention on international trade, the latest with federal infrastructure efforts, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act 2.0 and more. Meetings will take place with:

  • U.S. Senator Marco Rubio
  • U.S. Representative Vern Buchanan
  • U.S. Representative Neal Dunn
  • U.S. Representative Ted Deutch
  • U.S. Representative Ted Yoho
  • U.S. Representative Brian Mast
  • Ambassador of Ireland and more.

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Established in 1916 as Florida’s first statewide business advocacy organization, the Florida Chamber of Commerce is the voice of business and the state’s largest federation of employers, chambers of commerce and associations aggressively representing small and large businesses from every industry and every region. The Florida Chamber works within all branches of government to affect those changes set forth in the annual Florida Business Agenda, and which are seen as critical to secure Florida’s future. The Florida Chamber works closely with its Florida Political Operations and the Florida Chamber Foundation. Visit www.FloridaChamber.com for more information.

Targeted Tax Reform Will Make Florida More Competitive

A competitive and equitable tax system creates jobs and strengthens the economy. The Florida Realtors® say that while getting there will be a challenge, a business-friendly tax climate can be achieved.

Carrie O’Rourke, Vice President of Public Policy for Florida Realtors®, said the Florida-only business rent tax should be the first piece of legislation to be eliminated before Florida can move forward. With the recent Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, companies are able to invest more in their companies and employees. O’Rourke said the benefits of the tax cuts could bring business to Florida, but the business rent tax could negatively impact those decisions.

“First, let’s get rid of the business rent tax. Not only is that an issue that prevents our businesses from expanding and growing, but it also is a detriment for those companies that are looking to relocate to Florida,” O’Rourke said. “Everyone is aware of what is going on with Amazon and everyone wants an Amazon center in Florida, but it is something to consider and it plays against our ability to receive that.”

According to O’Rourke, both the Florida Chamber of Commerce and Florida Realtors® have been addressing the issue for a several years. Combining efforts has helped create even greater awareness of the problem among legislators.

 “I think two years ago we really started to work together with the Florida Chamber in pulling together all of the business associations in Tallahassee to really work together. It was because of this partnership that we were able to get the legislature to understand the importance of this and realize that when you give a dollar back to a business they are not going to spend it, they are going to reinvest it,” O’Rourke said. “Our partnership with the Florida Chamber was absolutely critical. We were able to put some of the right pressure points on to make sure that we at least got the cuts started, which was a .2 percent cut last year and it reflects $60 million statewide.”

The Florida Realtors® used their 2018 Mid-Winter meetings to discuss the business rent tax and other legislative issues that are on the horizon. The three-day event was held in Orlando on Jan. 24-27.

“We were very lucky this year that our mid-winter meetings coincided with session so it was a great time for us to give an update on what our legislative priorities are and where they are in the process,” O’Rouke said. “We were able to focus on what’s happening with the business rent tax, the assignment of benefits bills that are out there, affordable housing and overall protection of private property rights through the vacation rental bill.”

The takeaway, O’Rourke said, was one of optimism. Existing home sales in Florida were up 1.2 percent over 2016 sales levels, and 2017 sales levels of existing condos and townhouses are up about three percent year over year. The statewide median price in both sectors is up about eight percent compared to a year ago.

“Things are looking good for Florida at the moment. I had one member who had a closing every single day from the beginning of the year. Our economy grew in 2017 and that momentum is expected to continue this year,” O’Rourke said. “We’re seeing a slight uptick in prices, but it’s still a competitive market. The only downside we are seeing is inventory, so there are just not enough homes on the market to keep up with the demand.”

O’Rourke said the principles of free enterprise will guide Florida to a more secure and sustainable future.

“A healthy business climate leads to healthy communities and that’s what we are all about,” O’Rourke said. “When businesses are successful, it creates opportunities for employees, their families and so on. Free enterprise is absolutely critical to make sure that all of that is a reality.”

Florida Needs Another Business Rent Tax Reduction

By Mark A. Trowbridge, President & CEO
Coral Gables Chamber of Commerce

 

Big things are happening in the great State of Florida!

The state unemployment rate has dropped to 3.6 percent, job growth is higher than the national average and 112.3 million visitors came to The Sunshine State this past year. Most importantly, we are moving our State toward a more competitive and global economy, and businesses are taking notice.

But in order to achieve the goal of becoming the No. 1 destination for business and real estate in the country, the Florida Legislature must continue to support smart policies that create jobs and advance economic opportunity for all Floridians.

Our business climate in Florida must be peerless in terms of regulation and our investment in creating a top-tier workforce requires a relentless pursuit of excellence.

However, there are impediments to us achieving these goals which require significant action, regulatory reform and political will.

Did you know that Florida is the only State in the entire country that forces small businesses to pay an archaic tax on the rent they pay for their storefront?

Known as the business rent tax (BRT), this tax puts all Florida businesses at a competitive disadvantage versus the rest of the country. In fact, all Florida businesses must pay a six percent tax on the space they lease, and that number if often higher depending on the municipality the business is located in, such as where our Chamber is located in Miami-Dade County.

This arcane tax costs Florida businesses $1.7 billion every single year and plays a significant role in decision making when businesses look to relocate or expand in our state. It also heavily impacts smaller businesses that may struggle to grow because of the BRT, forcing them to stop hiring, delay expansion or even close their business for good.

While Florida Governor Rick Scott signed House Bill 7109 into law at the conclusion of last session, it included only a modest 0.2 percent BRT reduction.  More must be done this session to make Florida the most competitive state in the global economy, our rightful place as a State of 20 million.

The Coral Gables Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with the Florida Chamber and our realtor association colleagues, believes that a reduction in the business rent tax is good for business and the best course of action during the 2018 Legislative Session.

A full percentage point, or even a smaller, gradual reduction, in the business rent tax would send a clear signal to Florida’s business community – and the rest of our country – that Florida desires to be the top place to grow your business.

Our Chamber’s leadership and membership urge our legislators to support your local business community this session and reduce or eliminate the business rent tax once and for all.

Florida Chamber of Commerce Applauds Florida House for Passing Targeted Tax Reform Tax Reform Package

Tallahassee, Fla. (April 26, 2017) – The Florida Chamber of Commerce today applauds the Florida House of Representatives for taking a major step toward addressing much-needed targeted tax reforms by passing HB 7109, sponsored by the House Ways and Means Committee and Representative Jim Boyd (R-Bradenton).

“The reduction of the Florida-only business rent tax, along with a greater investment on research and development and sales tax holidays will provide meaningful relief to Florida businesses and families,” said CAROLYN JOHNSON, Director of Business, Economic Development and Innovation Policy for the Florida Chamber of Commerce. “The Florida Chamber commends Chairman Boyd and House leadership for their effort and looks forward to continuing the conversation in the Senate.”

 

This Florida Chamber-Backed Bill:

  • Reduces the cost to lease business space, allowing businesses to reinvest money saved in additional employees, employee benefits or in additional capital,
  • Encourages research and development (R&D) in Florida, spurring innovation, growth and high-wage jobs, and
  • Provides tax relief for Florida families and makes Florida more competitive.

The Florida Chamber supports a competitive and equitable tax system. Florida is the only state in the country that charges the business rent tax, putting Florida at a competitive disadvantage to other states, especially neighboring states, when attracting new businesses.  HB 7109 reduces the business rent tax by 1.5 percent for two years, and permanently reduces the tax by 0.5 percent.  Additionally, the bill increases the amount of tax credits available for qualified research and development by $11 million.  This will support increased innovation and high wage jobs in our state.  Finally, the bill provides savings for Florida families by offering sales tax holidays for school supplies and disaster preparedness.

HB 7109 now travels to the Florida Senate for legislative action. The Florida Chamber looks forward to working with the members of the Senate to enact targeted tax reform legislation that supports jobs for Florida’s families and strengthens our state’s economic competitiveness.

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Established in 1916 as Florida’s first statewide business advocacy organization, the Florida Chamber of Commerce is the voice of business and the state’s largest federation of employers, chambers of commerce and associations aggressively representing small and large businesses from every industry and every region. The Florida Chamber works within all branches of government to affect those changes set forth in the annual Florida Business Agenda, and which are seen as crucial to secure Florida’s future. The Florida Chamber works closely with its Florida Political Operations and the Florida Chamber Foundation. Visit www.FLChamber.com for more information.

Florida Chamber Applauds Passage of House Tax Package

Tax Reform Package Will Reduce Florida-Only Business Rent Tax

The Florida Chamber of Commerce today applauds the Florida House of Representatives for taking a major step toward addressing much-needed targeted tax reforms by passing HB 7109, sponsored by the House Ways and Means Committee and Representative Jim Boyd (R-Bradenton).

The reduction of the Florida-only business rent tax, along with a greater investment on research and development and sales tax holidays will provide meaningful relief to Florida businesses and families. The Florida Chamber commends Chairman Boyd and House leadership for their effort.

This Florida Chamber-Backed Bill:

  • Reduces the cost to lease business space, allowing businesses to reinvest money saved in additional employees, employee benefits or in additional capital,
  • Encourages research and development (R&D) in Florida, spurring innovation, growth and high-wage jobs, and
  • Provides tax relief for Florida families and makes Florida more competitive.

The Florida Chamber supports a competitive and equitable tax system. Florida is the only state in the country that charges the business rent tax, putting Florida at a competitive disadvantage to other states, especially neighboring states, when attracting new businesses.  HB 7109 reduces the business rent tax by 1.5 percent for two years, and permanently reduces the tax by 0.5 percent.  Additionally, the bill increases the amount of tax credits available for qualified research and development by $11 million.  This will support increased innovation and high wage jobs in our state.  Finally, the bill provides savings for Florida families by offering sales tax holidays for school supplies and disaster preparedness.

HB 7109 now travels to the Florida Senate for legislative action. The Florida Chamber looks forward to working with the members of the Senate to enact targeted tax reform legislation that supports jobs for Florida’s families and strengthens our state’s economic competitiveness.

Take Action Now

You can help these targeted tax reforms continue to make progress by doing the following:

  1. Call your Senator today and urge them to reduce the Florida-only business rent tax, and
  2. Add your name to the list of supporters by signing the Business Rent Tax Coalition’s petition today at www.CutMyBizRent.tax.

Representative Paul Renner Discusses Florida’s Pro-Growth Policies

Representative Paul Renner (R-Palm Coast) recently joined the Florida Chamber of Commerce to discuss Florida’s pro-growth, pro-jobs policies, like the Florida House’s recent targeted tax reform package.

 “I think it keeps us on a pro-growth path so we’re creating jobs,” said Rep. Renner. “I think if you look back at how states responded when the economy collapsed… Florida tightened its belt- we didn’t go out and raise taxes. And the result of that is now that the economy’s come back, we bounced back faster. You see job growth ahead of the nation. We’ve taken a pro-growth path for the last 10 years and its reaping benefits now.”

In fact, according Rep. Renner, Florida has a unique opportunity when it comes to targeted tax reforms, but doing so will require making decisions today that will help businesses grow jobs for tomorrow. Among his top priorities this Legislative Session:

“It’s continuing to give back to businesses and tax payers the surplus that were seeing by making good choices,” said Rep. Renner. “And by doing so, still we keep that economic engine running and we continue to have, with greater economic activity, more surpluses hopefully in the future where we can provide some targeted tax relief and continue to work on our infrastructure.”

Looking ahead to help secure Florida’s future has been a Florida Chamber priority for the past 100 years.

“I think what’s great about the [Florida] Chamber is, we often in Tallahassee get caught up in the expediency of today,” said Rep. Renner.  “The [Florida] Chamber is always forward looking- you have the Six Pillars and you’re looking ahead five, 10, 20 years out, whether it’s water policy or infrastructure. I think that’s what’s really important about the [Florida] Chamber’s role in electing pro-growth, pro-business candidates.”

 

Learn More

Learn more about the targeted tax reforms the Florida Chamber believes will help drive economic growth.

 

Targeted Tax Reforms Will Make Florida More Competitive

Florida Chamber Tax Cut Recommendations Include Business Rent Tax,
Manufacturing Machinery and Equipment And Corporate Income Tax

TALLAHASSEE (November 5, 2015) – In an ongoing effort to make Florida more competitive, the Florida Chamber of Commerce today announces support of targeted tax reforms that will further strengthen Florida’s economy and families, including reducing the business rent tax, reducing the sales tax on manufacturing machinery and equipment and continuing to support a reduction of the corporate income tax.

“For Florida, this is a competitiveness issue,” said David Hart, Florida Chamber of Commerce Executive Vice President. “Creating a fair and equitable tax system is key to growing high-wage, innovative and diverse jobs in Florida. While Florida already has one of the best tax climates in the nation, enacting smart and targeted tax reforms will produce greater economic growth and more opportunities for Florida’s families.”

Governor Rick Scott today released his $1 billion tax cut plan. For a more competitive Florida, the Florida Chamber supports the following targeted tax reforms:

A Reduction in Florida’s Business Rent Tax:

Florida is currently the only state in the nation that charges a Business Rent Tax. That means in Florida, businesses pay a six percent tax on the space they lease, including added costs to that lease, such as property taxes, maintenance and the cost of insurance— meaning some businesses are subject to double taxation. This tax costs Florida businesses $1.7 billion every single year. A one percent reduction this year advocated by the Florida Chamber would keep $287 million in the hands of Florida’s job creators, allowing them to hire additional employees, make improvements and reinvest back into their businesses.

Permanently Eliminating the Sales Tax on Manufacturing Machinery and Equipment:

In 2013, the Florida Chamber, thanks to efforts by Governor Scott and the Florida Legislature, led the charge with the Manufacturers Association of Florida to help create a program that would reduce the Sales Tax on Manufacturing Machinery and Equipment for three years. But Florida’s manufacturers need a more permanent solution. In order to provide Florida manufacturers with predictability and certainty and help continue growing Florida’s manufacturing industry, the Florida Chamber has long supported permanently eliminating the Sales Tax on Manufacturing Machinery and Equipment.

A Reduction of the Corporate Income Tax:

The Florida Chamber will continue to support reducing Florida’s corporate income tax. Since Governor Scott and the Florida Chamber started championing increasing the corporate income tax exemption in 2011, 79 percent of qualifying Florida businesses are fully exempt from paying corporate income tax under the current $50,000 exemption. This helps businesses focus on creating jobs and hiring Floridians.

Sales Tax Holidays:

Sales tax holidays such as Back-to-School and Hurricane Preparedness are a win for Florida’s families and Florida’s small businesses. Florida’s families are encouraged to invest back into their communities as well as effectively prepare themselves and Florida’s small businesses are able to drive traffic to their stores.

The Florida Chamber looks forward to working with Governor Rick Scott to help pass these targeted tax reforms.

 

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The Florida Chamber of Commerce is the voice of business and the state’s largest federation of employers, chambers of commerce and associations, aggressively representing small and large businesses from every industry and every region. The Florida Chamber works within all branches of government to affect those changes set forth in the annual Florida Business Agenda, and which are seen as critical to secure Florida’s future. The Florida Chamber works closely with its Political Operations and the Florida Chamber Foundation. Visit www.FloridaChamber.com for more information.

Florida Legislature Passes Florida Chamber Tax Cut Priorities

Targeted Tax Reform Package Will Help Lower Cost of Living and Doing Business

TALLAHASSEE, FL. (June 15 , 2015) – The Florida Chamber applauds the Florida Legislature for their commitment to lowering the cost of living and cost of doing business in Florida by passing a targeted tax reform package.

“Lawmakers took a positive step today by passing several of the Florida Chamber’s targeted tax reform priorities,” said David Hart, Executive Vice President of the Florida Chamber of Commerce. “We commend the House and Senate for their work on negotiating a meaningful tax cut package and we look forward to Governor Rick Scott signing it into law.”

Driving a fair and equitable tax system is key to attracting and retaining businesses in Florida. Limiting burdensome taxes by enacting smart and targeted tax reforms help place money back into the pockets of Florida’s families.

Targeted Tax Reforms Cuts Include:

  • A reduction in the communications services tax (CST),
  • An increase in the research and development tax credit,
  • Extended bonuses in enterprise zones for two years for companies currently receiving bonuses, and
  • Create a 10 day Back-to-School Sales Tax Holiday.

The bill now heads to Governor Rick Scott ‘s desk for signature.

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The Florida Chamber of Commerce is the voice of business and the state’s largest federation of employers, chambers of commerce and associations, aggressively representing small and large businesses from every industry and every region. The Florida Chamber works within all branches of government to affect those changes set forth in the annual Florida Business Agenda, and which are seen as critical to secure Florida’s future. The Florida Chamber works closely with its Political Operations and the Florida Chamber Foundation. Visit www.FloridaChamber.com for more information.

Targeted Tax Reform Package Will Help Lower Cost of Living and Doing Business

House Passes Florida  Chamber Tax Cut Priorities

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (June 5, 2015) – The Florida Chamber applauds the Florida House of Representatives for their commitment to lowering the cost of living and cost of doing business in Florida by passing a targeted tax reform package last week.

“We are proud of the work the Florida House has done to pass targeted tax reforms that will put money back in the pockets of Floridians and make Florida even more competitive,” said David Hart, Executive Vice President of the Florida Chamber of Commerce. “Today’s victory is a step in the right direction for our state.”

Driving a fair and equitable tax system is key to attracting and retaining businesses in Florida. Limiting burdensome taxes by enacting smart and targeted tax reforms help place money back into the pockets of Florida’s families.

The Florida Chamber commends the Florida House for passing the following targeted tax reforms in HB 33A:

  • Communication Services Tax cut,
  • Reducing sales taxes on commercial leases,
  • Back-to-School Sales Tax Holiday,
  • Small Business Saturday Tax Holiday, and
  • Research and Development tax cut.

“This opportunity puts additional money in the pockets of hard working families, but could mean the difference in job creation and business expansion,” said Dennis Grady, President and CEO of the Chamber of Commerce of the Palm Beaches. “Our Florida economy is at its best when the legislature returns tax payer dollars to those who could use it the most.”

Florida Chamber’s Targeted Tax Reforms Will Lower Cost of Living and Cost of Doing Business

As Florida lawmakers prepare for the June 1-20 special legislative session to pass a balanced budget, the Florida Chamber of Commerce is encouraging legislators to also lower the cost of living and the cost of doing business through targeted tax reforms.

“Special session has a lot on the table, including the creation of a state budget and the chance for meaningful healthcare reform,” said David Hart, Executive Vice President of the Florida Chamber of Commerce. “The Florida Chamber is optimistic that the Florida Legislature can work through these items and still pass targeted tax reforms that will put money back in the pockets of Floridians and make Florida even more competitive.”

Driving a fair and equitable tax system is key to attracting and retaining businesses in Florida. Limiting burdensome taxes by enacting smart and targeted tax reforms helps place money back into the pockets of Florida’s families.

For a more competitive Florida, the Florida Chamber supports the following targeted tax reforms:

  • Communications Service Tax (CST) cut,
  • Reducing sales taxes on commercial leases,
  • Back-to-School Sales Tax Holiday,
  • Small Business Saturday Tax Holiday,
  • Research and Development tax cuts,
  • Defense contracting tax credit.

    “The Florida legislature has the important responsibility of crafting the state budget during the special session, but also has a great opportunity to reduce taxes for Florida’s families and businesses,” said Dennis Grady, President and CEO of the Chamber of Commerce of the Palm Beaches. “This opportunity can not only put additional money in the pockets of hard working families, but could mean the difference in job creation and business expansion. Our Florida economy is at its best when the legislature returns tax payer dollars to those who could use it the most.”

Florida Chamber members and partners look forward to working with lawmakers during the special session to help ensure targeted tax reforms can further help attract and retain jobs.

Take Action Now

How will targeted tax reforms help your business grow? Share your story by emailing me at cjohnson@flchamber.com.