Frequently Asked Questions
The Florida Department of Revenue breaks out its sales data into approximately 100 different kinds of businesses.
No. Data are only available for the state and each of Florida’s 67 counties in Gross and Taxable Sales Reports. The Florida Department of Revenue does not report city-level sales data.
Sales are reported either by county or by kind of business, or “kind code.” The county data feature a breakdown of the sales for all of the different kinds of businesses that took place within a certain time period for that particular county. The kind code data reflect sales by a particular kind of business for all of the 67 Florida counties and the state. For example, a report for Alachua County shows the number of reports, gross sales, taxable sales, and the amount of tax collected for approximately 100 different kinds of business categories.
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