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Michael J. Sacks, Attorney at Law

Michael Sacks has a law practice in Parkland (FL)
954-575-8691
Lawyer has experience representing clients in various areas of Law.
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7210 Wisteria Ave, Parkland, FL 33076
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  • California (CA) 1989
  • Florida (FL) 1995
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    Florida

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    Daytona Beach News-Journal TALLAHASSEE — Although the details are still sketchy, Amazon's decision to build facilities in Florida and begin paying the state sales tax on its Internet transactions is a significant development in the ongoing battle between Florida retailers and ... more »
    Small business owners support plan requiring Amazon to collect sales tax
    Tampabay.com Requiring online retailers to collect sales tax isn't a new tax, he says. It just adds teeth to an existing rule. Florida law requires residents to pay sales tax on Internet purchases, but few do, and there's no enforcement. Shook feels the sting of ... more »
    Largo considers rules for tax breaks to draw more businesses
    Tampabay.com (blog) Since the state law passed, 25 Florida cities and 34 counties have put such incentives in place, Brydon said. State law allows up to 100 percent tax exemptions on property improvements, but some cities have enacted less-generous programs. Largo ... more »
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