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I am Military a Florida resident, stationed in Oklahoma. Did not live in Florida this year. Can I still deduct sale tax for Florida?

 
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I am Military a Florida resident, stationed in Oklahoma. Did not live in Florida this year. Can I still deduct sale tax for Florida?

Yes, you can deduct sales tax. But, you deduct at the OK rate, not FL.

You are allowed to deduct state & local income taxes OR sales tax; but not both. Although this provision was added primarily to allow a deduction for people in states without income tax, it is totally optional. You can choose, regardless of where you live or your HOR/SLR.

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I am Military a Florida resident, stationed in Oklahoma. Did not live in Florida this year. Can I still deduct sale tax for Florida?

I am asking about sales tax not state.
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I am Military a Florida resident, stationed in Oklahoma. Did not live in Florida this year. Can I still deduct sale tax for Florida?

Yes. Follow the link below to know what you can deduct.
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I am Military a Florida resident, stationed in Oklahoma. Did not live in Florida this year. Can I still deduct sale tax for Florida?

Yes, you can deduct sales tax. But, you deduct at the OK rate, not FL.

You are allowed to deduct state & local income taxes OR sales tax; but not both. Although this provision was added primarily to allow a deduction for people in states without income tax, it is totally optional. You can choose, regardless of where you live or your HOR/SLR.

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I am Military a Florida resident, stationed in Oklahoma. Did not live in Florida this year. Can I still deduct sale tax for Florida?

Florida doesn't have state taxes. Usually your military paycheck will be taxed to your state of residency and since you are a resident of Florida you don't have to pay state taxes at all.