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Welcome to the Florida Department of Revenue web site.
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Making a difference by ensuring families receive the child support they need and deserve.
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Know the facts by keeping up to date on property taxes.
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Learn more about General Tax Administration
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Need to get in contact with any of the programs within the Department of Revenue?
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The minimum reemployment tax rate for 2017 will remain at .0010 (0.1%) or $7.00 per employee; it is the same rate as 2016. The rate is based on annual wages of up to $7,000 per employee. The maximum rate of .0540 (5.4%) will also remain the same as 2016. A Reemployment Tax Rate Notice (Form RT-20) will be mailed to all employers in mid-December. The RT-20 contains the tax rate applicable to the employer.


Florida law requires estimated tax payments if the business paid $200,000 or more in state sales tax, excluding local option taxes and surtaxes, during the preceding state fiscal year (July 1 – June 30). Estimated tax must be paid each reporting period beginning with the December 2016 return, due January 1, 2017. Business owners must choose one of three methods for computing estimated tax due each reporting period, but may change methods from one reporting period to the next. If you are currently calculating estimated tax based on the average tax paid during the 2015 calendar year, you must recalculate your estimated tax payment due beginning with your December 2016 return. Businesses who fail to pay estimated tax are subject to a loss of collection allowance and a 10% penalty on any underpayment of estimated tax, and must pay interest due on the underpaid amount. For more information, see the DR-15N, Instructions for DR-15 Sales and Use Tax Returns.


​​During the next few months, you will continue to see website pages converted to the new design featured in our redesign effort launched last year. Our first phase involved redesigning the main webpages. We continue to redesign the remainder of our webpages. Our goal is to provide information in a format that allows customers to access what they need quickly and efficiently.


Did you know you must pay "use tax" on items you buy tax-free outside Florida and bring or have delivered into this state? This applies to merchandise that would have been taxed if purchased in Florida. We have an easy online application you can use to report and pay taxes on Internet, catalog, and other out-of-state purchases. Read more about a consumer's responsibility to pay use tax.


Verifying Department Contact

With the growing number of scams targeting unsuspecting citizens and businesses, the Department of Revenue would like to encourage the public to safeguard against any potential fraudulent activity.  If you are contacted by someone representing themselves as an employee of the Florida Department of Revenue—whether it is by letter or form, a phone call or other communication—who appears unfamiliar with your specific tax or child support account information, please feel free to verify their identity by contacting the Department's Taxpayer Services Process at 1-800-352-3671 or by contacting the Child Support Customer Center at 1-800-622-5437.    A list of our local office locations can also be found at: 

If you are unable to confirm the authenticity of the contact and suspect that you may have been targeted for a scam, please report this incident to the Department's Office of Inspector General at 850-617-8152.​​​