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As a result of legislation passed in 2021, tax rates effective January 1, 2023, will exclude benefit charges from the second, third, and fourth quarters of 2020, a​s well as all benefit charges paid as a direct result of a government order to close or reduce capacity of a business due to COVID-19, as determined by the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity. The tax rate calculation for 2023 will also exclude the application of the positive adjustment factor. This factor normally increases rates if the Unemployment Compensati​on Fund balan​​ce is below a certain amount. These changes resulted in a lower tax rate for many employers.


The minimum reemployment tax rate for 2023 will be .0010 (.10%), or $7.00 per employee per year. The rate is imposed on annual wages of up to $7,000 per employee. The maximum reemployment tax rate for 2023 is fixed in statute and will remain at .0540 (5.4%). The rate is effective for wages paid on or after January 1, 2023.

All contributing employers can expect to receive a Reemployment Tax Rate Notice (Form RT-20) in mid-to-late December. The RT-20 contains the employer’s unique tax rate and is based on the employer’s experience over the previous three years. If an employer believes their rate is in error, they may appeal to the Department of Revenue on or before the date specified in the notice. More information about the reemployment tax rate calculation is available here.​


12/8/2022
  

​​In response to Hurricane Ian, the Florida Department of Revenue will follow the tax relief granted by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) for affected taxpayers regarding tax return due dates. Eligible taxpayers that file Florida corporate income tax returns, as well as Florida corporate income tax installment payments, with original due dates or extended due dates falling on or after September 23, 2022 and before March 2, 2023 will now have a due date of March 2, 2023. This tax relief is applicable to affected businesses anywhere in Florida. For more information, please review the Department’s press release issued on October 05, 2022.

10/6/2022

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 850-488-6800 or by contacting the Child Support Customer Contact Center at 850-488-KIDS (5437). A list of our local office locations can also be found at: http://floridarevenue.com/Pages/contact.aspx 

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.​​​