Florida Sales Taxes on Internet Sales Outside of Florida [Florida]

Question: A Florida corporation, with a physical location and principal address in Florida, sells flowers, gift baskets, and other items of tangible personal property over the Internet. The company does not maintain any inventory and instead uses the inventory of florists in the delivery location to deliver purchased products. Are deliveries outside of Florida subject to Florida sales tax?

Answer: Reversing the lower appeals court, the Florida Supreme Court says yes.

The florist mounted two challenges. First was a Due Process argument. The Due Process Clause requires some type…

Florida Department of Revenue v. American Business USA Corp., 41 Fla.L.Weekly S237a (Florida Supreme Court, May 26, 2016)

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