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When the new $15/plate rule goes into effect: What are the risks and rewards?

Posted November 16, 2018 05:07:00 The new $1.99/plate meal and service tax is now on the books in the state of Florida.

The new meal and non-alcoholic beverage tax is $3.95.

According to the Florida Department of Revenue (FDR), the new tax rates will be effective November 15th and January 1st.

“This tax has been approved by the Florida Legislature,” said Governor Rick Scott, who signed the tax bill into law last week.

“It is the first of its kind in the United States.

We expect to see this tax in place in all 50 states by the end of 2019.”

The new tax is part of a $3 trillion package of measures that Gov.

Scott has announced as part of his efforts to create jobs and stimulate the economy.

While the new meal tax was originally set to take effect on November 1st, the governor and legislative leaders pushed to delay the implementation until the state legislature can debate and vote on the bill.

For those who have already eaten at a restaurant, the new price will be $1,071.20 per person, with the additional $25 tax being added for people who are not eligible for the new fee.

Those who have eaten at restaurants before and plan to do so will have to pay the $1 fee.

Those who have not yet visited a restaurant but are looking to make a change will have until January 1, 2019 to make the switch.

Under the new law, diners will pay $2.65 for an appetizer, $2 for a side dish and $2 per entrée.

The meal and beverage tax will not apply to the sale of alcoholic beverages.

If a restaurant is closed for extended periods of time, it will be able to charge a $1 non-refundable service charge per patron.

As of November 1, the rate for a meal is $1 and the rate per serving is $0.40.

Currently, restaurants in the Palm Beach and Fort Myers area are allowed to charge up to $1 per serving of non-perishable food items such as bread and rolls, soup, ice cream, chips, bread rolls, cookies, etc. A portion of the $15 fee is going to go towards the cost of maintaining food services for those who are eligible for meal and wine tax exemptions.

Restaurants will be allowed to apply for exemptions from the meal tax for a limited time.

Once a restaurant has been exempted from the new rates, it must pay a new $2 fee per serving per customer.

Restaurants that do not have any of the restaurant exemption exemptions can continue to charge the same meal tax as before.

An estimated $1 billion in new revenue for the state will be generated by the new rate and the restaurants’ ability to maintain their current meal and alcohol tax rates.

In addition to the meal and liquor tax rates, the state has also approved a $2 million incentive program to encourage restaurants to provide more variety in their menu offerings.

Accordingly, the Governor has announced that the Florida House has passed a bill that would give the Florida State Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Tourism the authority to award a total of $4.5 million to state-owned and operated restaurants in exchange for the use of a portion of their meal and food tax rates for food, beverage and wine.

This will provide a competitive incentive for restaurants to make more choices, increase menu offerings and expand their menu.

FDR expects the new restaurant tax to be fully implemented by the beginning of 2019.

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Annapolis restaurant chain ‘bewildered’ by food-borne illness outbreak

A restaurant chain has said it was “bewitched” by the recent outbreak of food-related illness, with customers questioning why the restaurant didn’t take measures sooner to prevent it.

“It’s a strange situation that’s been brewing for us,” said Michael Breen, vice president of corporate communications for Annapolis restaurants and cafes.

“It’s an unusual outbreak.

I don’t think we’re going to have a really good conversation about what we should have done.”

The Annapolis-based restaurant chain said it’s still investigating the outbreak but has a team in place to keep a close eye on what’s going on and what’s causing it.

It’s also working to identify any potential health risks to its employees.

“We are going to be very transparent with our guests,” Breen said.

“We’re going a little bit beyond what we were doing on Thursday, and we are going a lot further.”

Breen says the restaurant chain is in the process of hiring a new head of food safety.

Annapolis’ health department says it has received nearly 300 cases of foodborne illness in recent days.

The chain said last week that it had taken measures to prevent the spread of the food-based illness that has been linked to the Disneyland restaurant chain, a popular attraction in the city that has a total of 6,800 locations.

Disneyland’s restaurants are among the largest in the country.

It’s not known if the outbreak was a response to the restaurant’s decision to reopen, or if it began as a result of the chain’s failure to take immediate measures to protect its staff.

The city has been in lockdown for the past few days.

On Monday, the state Department of Health and Human Services said it is investigating reports of illnesses among people who had visited the restaurants.

The agency says it’s working with restaurants to identify people who were at risk.

The restaurants have been operating in the Annapolis area for more than 40 years.

They’re part of the community and have been a staple of Annapolis residents for decades.

The restaurant chain had not announced when the outbreak began.

It has not issued a statement about the investigation.