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Quick Facts about the Florida Department of Revenue
The Florida Department of Revenue:
Administers three main programs: Child Support Program; General Tax Administration; and Property Tax Oversight.
Works on behalf of more than 1.2 million children to establish and collect child support.
Distributes more than $1.6 billion a year in child support payments to families.
Helps establish paternity for more than 95,000 children a year, providing them with a legal father.
Collects more than $40 billion a year in taxes and fees annually.
Processes more than 9 million tax filings annually.
Distributes nearly $3 billion dollars in discretionary sales surtax collections each year to local jurisdictions, including counties, cities, and school districts.
Processes more than $5 billion in receipts for other state agencies annually.
Reviews the property tax roll for each of Florida's 67 counties every year.
Provides education, assistance and certification to 1,408 local government entities every year.
Oversees the local appraisal and assessment of taxes on more than 11 million parcels of property with a total value of over $2.7 trillion dollars
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5050 West Tennessee Street, Tallahassee, FL 32399