On top of everything else going such as coronavirus, we’re approaching that time again-the Atlantic Hurricane Season. This also means the state of Florida will have its annual Disaster Preparedness Sales Tax Holiday.
The Atlantic Hurricane Season is weeks away, beginning June 1 and running through November 30.
The dates for this year’s “Disaster Preparedness Sales Tax Holiday” are Friday, May 28 through June 6, 2021.
Here is a small breakdown of what qualifies for the tax holiday, according to a press release from the Florida Senate:
More items you’ll want to have in case of a hurricane that qualify for the 2021 Hurricane Tax Holiday:
- Tie-down kits selling for $100 or less
- Reusable ice packs selling for $20 or less
- Portable power banks selling for $60 or less
- Tarps selling for $50 or less
Don’t forget other basic hurricane emergency supplies: water (one gallon per person per day), non-perishable foods, first aid kits, manual can opener,
Some of Tampa’s most incredible hurricane photos…
Remember when the water along Bayshore Boulevard disappeared?