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New Florida gun law prompts tax refunds for Dunedin dealers

Monday, October 24, 2011

The city will issue full refunds to gun dealers and gunsmiths who may have been taxed for several decades in violation of state law. Commissioners voted 5 0 Thursday to return a total of $3,600 to three local businesses. Officials also voted to change city codes to tax the firearms businesses at the same rate as other merchants in the future, and to retroactively subtract the corrected tax amounts from the refunds.

Read Original at: The St. Petersburg Times (Fla.)

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