Florida Sales Tax Rates

Florida Counties Each Set Their Own Tax Rates

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Florida law mandates a minimum sales tax rate of 6%, collected by the state government to provide services to all Floridians. However, the law also provides for a local option sales tax that lets each county set its own local tax that is collected on top of the general state rate.

This tax is collected on a wide variety of transactions, including the sales of retail goods, repairs or alterations of personal property, real estate rentals, hotel rooms and similar short-term accommodations, rental of personal property, sporting event tickets, recreation and amusement park admission fees, vending machines and certain household services.

For more information on what is taxable, see the ​Florida Department of Revenue Sales Tax Guide.

What does this mean for you? Practically speaking, it means that you'll pay a different sales tax rate in each Florida county. The table below lists the current rates for each county in the state.

Florida Sales Tax Rates​​

CountySales Tax Rate
Alachua6.00%
Baker7.00%
Bay6.50%
Bradford7.00%
Brevard6.00%
Broward6.00%
Calhoun7.50%
Charlotte7.00%
Citrus6.00%
Clay7.00%
Collier6.00%
Columbia7.00%
De Soto7.00%
Dixie7.00%
Duval7.00%
Escambia7.50%
Flagler7.00%
Franklin7.00%
Gadsden7.50%
Gilchrist7.00%
Glades7.00%
Gulf7.00%
Hamilton7.00%
Hardee7.00%
Hendry7.00%
Hernando6.50%
Highlands7.00%
Hillsborough7.00%
Holmes7.00%
Indian River7.00%
Jackson7.50%
Jefferson7.00%
Lafayette7.00%
Lake7.00%
Lee6.00%
Leon7.50%
Levy7.00%
Liberty7.50%
Madison7.50%
Manatee6.50%
Marion6.00%
Martin6.00%
Miami-Dade7.00%
Monroe7.50%
Nassau7.00%
Okaloosa6.00%
Okeechobee7.00%
Orange6.50%
Osceola7.00%
Palm Beach6.00%
Pasco7.00%
Pinellas7.00%
Polk7.00%
Putnam7.00%
St. Johns6.00%
St. Lucie6.50%
Santa Rosa6.50%
Sarasota7.00%
Seminole6.00%
Sumter7.00%
Suwannee7.00%
Taylor7.00%
Union7.00%
Volusia6.50%
Wakulla7.00%
Walton7.50%
Washington7.00%