Florence County, South Carolina to Renew Capital Projects Tax, May 2014
- Feb 14, 2014 | Gail Cole
Florence County, South Carolina has decided to re-impose its 1% Capital Projects Tax. The current Capital Projects Tax expires on April 30. 2014. It will be replaced by the new 1% Capital Projects Tax, which takes effect on May 1, 2014.
Sales of unprepared food are exempt from the Capital Projects Tax.
In addition to the Capital Projects Tax, Florence County also imposes a 1% Local Option Tax.
A list of Department of Revenue “on behalf of the counties, municipalities, school districts, and the Catawba Indian tribal government” is available at the South Carolina Department of Revenue. These charts “do not address the local taxes on sales of accommodations or on sales of prepared meals that are collected directly by the counties or municipalities.”
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