The Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act includes direct payments to qualifying individuals. Federal law requires the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to offset these payments when past-due child support is owed.

Learn more and get the latest updates on payment processing dates by visiting our Economic Impact Payment Offsets page.



  
  
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The 2020 Disaster Preparedness Sales Tax Holiday has been passed by the Florida Legislature and signed into law by Governor DeSantis (Chapter 2020-10, Law of Florida). This sales tax holiday begins on Friday, May 29, 2020 and ends on Thursday, June 4, 2020.

 

During this holiday period, qualifying items related to disaster preparedness are exempt from sales tax. However, the sales tax holiday does not apply to the rental or repair of any of the qualifying items. Additionally, the sales tax holiday does not apply to sales in a theme park, entertainment complex, public lodging establishment or airport.

 

For more information, including a list of qualifying items and other sales tax holiday promotional materials, please visit the Department of Revenue’s 2020 Disaster Preparedness Sales Tax Holiday webpage.

4/24/2020

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.​​​