On Friday, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis signed a $1.2 billion tax relief package, which is the largest relief package in the state's history.

Part of the package includes making key baby items tax free for up to a year!

“Families are going to be able to save for things that that really matter for them,” the governor said.

“Diapers, clothes, and shoes for babies and toddlers will be tax free for one year, beginning July 1, 2022,” DeSantis continued. “Children’s books will be tax free, for three months starting May 14 and that will go through August 14 leading right into the school year.”

The TIP sheet reads, “During this sales tax exemption period, tax is not due on the retail sale of children’s diapers or on baby and toddler clothing, apparel, and shoes primarily intended for children age 5 or younger."

Other tax holiday categories include:

Children’s books: May 14-August 14, 2022
Disaster Preparedness: May 28-June 10, 2022
Freedom Week items: July 1-7, 2022
Energy Star Appliances: July 1, 2022 – June 30, 2023
Home Gardening: July 1, 2022 – June 30, 2024
Back to School: June 25 – August 7, 2022
Tool Time: September 3-9, 2022
Motor Fuel: October 1-31, 2022

Secretary of the Florida Department of Children and Families, Shevaun Harris, declared that the                                                                                                                                                           tax reductions “will have a major impact to families with young children across the state, including the thousands of wonderful foster and adoptive parents who have opened up their homes to children in our care.”

She added, “For the next year, as the governor stated, baby and toddler clothing, shoes and diapers will be exempt from taxation. Florida is home to more than one million children under the age of five and welcome 600 newborns each day. As a mom, I know firsthand how helpful this relief will be."

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