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As of February 2015, a property owner in the state of Florida may be eligible to receive a homestead exemption of up to $50,000, according to the Florida Department of Revenue. The property owner must provide proof of re... More »

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Homestead laws practiced in any of the states can be found at FindLaw. FindLaw offers individual pages for each of the 50 states that provides detailed information about the property value and acreage ranges that are cov... More »

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Other than in specific circumstances, Texas labor law prohibits employing children under the age of 14 or employing children in hazardous occupations, according to the Texas Workforce Commission. Texas law prohibits chil... More »

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To file a homestead tax exemption in Florida as of December 2015, complete the homestead exemption form DR-501 found on the Florida Department of Revenue's website and file it with the property appraiser in your county. ... More »

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To qualify for the Florida homestead exemption, you must show that you are the legal owner of a residential property and that you are a permanent Florida resident. You also must live in the property as of Jan. 1 of the y... More »

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