Floridians have one last chance to save on hurricane supplies under a new sales tax holiday Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis signed into law.
The sales tax holiday for hurricane supplies started May 31 and ends Thursday, June 6. The holiday applies to items such as batteries, generators, weather radios and fuel cans. For a complete list, visit this link.
The tax holiday has cost limits on certain items.
The new law also provides several tax breaks to help with Hurricane Michael recovery, such as building materials, replacement fencing and hurricane debris removal. It also includes a one-year property tax break for farmers who can no longer use their land.