Tax Collector Revenue Remittance System
Florida tax collectors use the Tax Collector Revenue Remittance System to electronically file and pay:
- State and local discretionary sales tax;
- Motor vehicle warranty fees; and
- Interest earned on investment of funds.
Tax collector remittances are due on a weekly basis. The municipality or county officer must complete the online transaction before 5:00 p.m., ET, on the sixth working
day following the close of the week in which the funds were received. For a list of payment due dates, review the Department's
Florida eServices Calendar of Electronic Payment Deadlines for Municipalities and County Officers
). You may remit on a more frequent basis.
Tax collectors who electronically file and pay on time are entitled to a collection allowance of 2.5% of the first $1,200 of sales tax due and reported on each
Electronic File and Pay
To file and pay, log in to the Tax Collector Revenue Remittance System.
When you have submitted your report and payment, a summary of the tax or fee remitted and the payment information will be displayed. Save or print this page
for your records. Note: You will not have access to this page after you log out.
The Department will notify you of a failed electronic payment. To replace failed payments, log in and select the "Returned Item Repayment" option to resubmit the payment. Select the original collection period and enter
the original payment amount. Note: Do not resubmit a tax or fee report.
To change the tax collector's name, email or fax a request to the Department's Revenue Accounting section, explaining the reason for the change and include official documentation to support the
change, (e.g., Certificate of Election).
To change the banking or contact information for a single submission, from the
Tax Collector Revenue Remittance System, enter the new banking information
instead of selecting the option to use the banking information on file. Note: This change will only be effective for the current
submission and will not update the banking information on file with the Department.
To make a permanent change to this information, update your e-Services profile by accessing the Department's
e-Services Enrollment webpage, then selecting the "Update e-Enrollment" option.
To change your password, email or fax a request to the Department's Revenue Accounting section, and include your User ID, old password, and the new
password you are requesting. New passwords must be numeric (0-9) and must be eight (8) digits in length.