DATE ISSUED: October 19, 2007
An updated address/jurisdiction database for insurance premium tax (IPT) is now available for download at http://dor.myflorida.com/dor/eservices/addlookup.html. In addition to changes submitted by the local jurisdictions for annexations, new addresses, etc., there are changes to participating jurisdictions, which are listed below.
|025||East Niceville Fire District||Okaloosa||Fire|
|033||Holley Navarre Fire Control District||Santa Rosa||Fire|
|428||Gulf Stream||Palm Beach||Fire|
|446||Highland Beach||Palm Beach||Fire|
|480||Indian River Shores||Indian River||Fire|
|502||Jupiter Inlet Colony||Palm Beach||Fire|
|542||Lake Park||Palm Beach||Fire|
|898||Springfield||Bay||Fire and Police|
The downloadable local insurance premium tax electronic Address/Jurisdiction Database has been updated to include the three digit police city codes in the new POLICE_ID field. The local jurisdictions that participate in the local insurance premium tax associated with the Police Officers’ Pension Trust Funds are all municipalities. The POLICE_ID field and\or the PLACE_NAME field (municipal name) can be used to correctly report the local insurance premium tax associated with the Police Officers’ Pension Trust Funds by matching with the corresponding city code or municipal name listed in Schedule XIII of the DR-908.
To use the police city code, first look at the POLICE_OPT_IN_OUT field in the database. If the address range record has a "Y" in the POLICE_OPT_IN_OUT field, the police city code in the POLICE_ID field will match the code listed on Schedule XIII of the DR-908.
The updated downloadable address/jurisdiction database is to be used for reporting premiums for the 2008 tax year (DR-908 due by March 1, 2009). Although not required, the updated address/jurisdiction database may also be used for reporting premiums for the 2007 tax year (DR-908 due by March 1, 2008). The single address lookup feature reflects the most current information, including the updated database and any new information submitted by local governments for inclusion in the next annual database.
Sections 175.1015 and 185.085, Florida Statutes, direct the Department of Revenue (DOR) to create and maintain an electronic database to be used by insurance companies to assign policies and premiums to the proper local taxing jurisdictions for the Firefighters’ and Police Officers’ Pension Trust Funds. These local Insurance Premium Taxes (IPT) will continue to be reported by insurers on the DR-908, Insurance Premium Taxes and Fees Return, Schedules XII and XIII.
If you need assistance downloading the address/jurisdiction database, please contact the Local Government Unit at 850-921-9181 or by e-mail at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note that next year a TIP concerning the updated address/jurisdiction database will be created and posted on the Department’s internet site, but it will not be mailed.
References: Chapters 175 and 185, Florida Statutes (2007).
This document is intended to alert you to the requirements contained in Florida laws and administrative rules. It does not by its own effect create rights or require compliance.
For forms and other information, visit our website at www.floridarevenue.com or call Taxpayer Services at 800-352-3671, Monday through Friday (excluding holidays).
For a detailed written response to your questions, write the Florida Department of Revenue, Taxpayer Services, MS 3-2000, 5050 West Tennessee Street, Tallahassee, FL 32399-0112.