Florida Sales and Use Tax - Apportionment for Cars, Boats, and Planes

Thursday, February 13, 2020
Webcast or Webinar, Online
11:00am - 12:00pm (opens at 10:30am) EST
Technical Business

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Online registration for this course is now closed. Please contact the Member Service Center at (800) 342-3197 if you wish to inquire about registering.

$0.00 Regular Price
$40.00 Regular Price
Course Code: 19/WEBNAR50
Level: Intermediate
Vendor: Florida Institute of CPAs
Field of Study: Taxes


In most cases, the purchase of a car, boat, or plane is subject to Florida sales and use tax. However, there are instances in which the purchase might not be fully subject to sales and use tax in Florida. In comes apportionment. Apportioning Florida sales and use tax has the potential to save clients money they would not otherwise know about. This course discusses apportioning relating to cars, boats, and planes.


  • Understand apportionment at a high level
  • Consider the types of property eligible for apportioning
  • Learn of the methods and calculations to apportion property
  • Identify critical apportionment issues not readily identifiable


  • David John Brennan Jr., Esq.,LLM (TAX)

    AttorneyMoffa, Sutton, & Donnini, P.A.David is an attorney with Moffa, Sutton, & Donnini. He practices in the area of state and local tax controversy. Before entering private practice, David was a senior attorney with the Florida Department of Revenue. At the Department, he functioned as an appeals officer in the appeals section of the Department. He focused primarily on sales and use tax issues...

    Read more about David John Brennan Jr. here

Designed For:

CPAs in private/public practice



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