Gov. Scott Proposes a Cut in Annual Corporate Filling Fees
FLORIDA- Governor Rick Scott is proposing to cut annual corporate filing fees. Scott will roll out his proposed budget recommendations to the Florida legislature next week. The governor wants to save businesses $33 million by reducing fees paid when companies register with the state. The Scott administration says the proposal would streamline filing files for more than one-point-six million businesses. Scott said he wants to cut taxes and fees by $500 million in 2014. He has already announced his support for a 10-day back-to-school sales tax holiday and cuts in automobile registration fees.
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