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A new law changed Florida’s reemployment tax rate computation for 2021. The Department is currently computing the 2021 revised rate, which will be effective for all wages paid in 2021, including wages paid in the first quarter as reported on the Employer’s Quarterly Report (Form RT-6) due by April 30, 2021. After the Department completes the new rate computation, you can see your new rate by logging in to your account online at floridarevenue.com/taxes/filepay. The Department will also mail a revised Reemployment Tax Rate Notice (Form RT-20) to employers.

4/16/2021
  

Pursuant to Executive Order #21-80, COVID-19 Reemployment Assistance/Payment of Employer Contributions, the due date for payment of reemployment tax for the quarter ended March 31, 2021, has been extended to May 31, 2021. This extension applies only to the payment; to be considered timely, employers must complete and file the Employer’s Quarterly Report (Form RT-6) no later than April 30, 2021.


3/31/2021
  

As a result of a new law, Chapter 2021-2, Laws of Florida, businesses that collect and remit sales and use taxes to the Florida Department of Revenue must use a rounding algorithm in place of the previous “bracket system” when calculating the sales tax due on a transaction. Using this algorithm, the computation of the tax must be carried to the third decimal place; if the third decimal place is greater than 4, the tax must be rounded up to the next cent. Businesses may apply the rounding algorithm to the aggregate tax amount computed on all taxable items on an invoice or to the taxable amount on each individual item on the invoice. The new law takes effect July 1, 2021, and businesses have until September 30, 2021 to update their point of sale systems.

3/30/2021
  

As a result of a new law, Chapter 2021-2, Laws of Florida, businesses making remote sales into Florida must register and collect sales and use tax on such transactions, including any applicable discretionary sales surtax, if the business has made taxable remote sales in excess of $100,000 over the previous calendar year. The law takes effect July 1, 2021. Affected businesses not previously registered with the Florida Department of Revenue have until September 30, 2021, to complete a Florida Business Tax Application and avoid a “look back” review of previous remote sales and use taxes due.

3/29/2021
  

Due to impacts from winter storms, some taxpayers may be unable to file taxes timely. The Florida Department of Revenue will make every attempt allowed by law to work with affected businesses during this difficult time. On a case-by-case basis, the Department will work with tax filers who, despite good-faith efforts, are unable to file tax returns as required by law because of winter storms. Filing deadlines for taxpayers who are able to file will not change.

 

For Florida corporate income tax filers, the Department will follow the tax relief granted by the Internal Revenue Service regarding postponement of return due dates. Florida corporate income/franchise tax returns originally due, or due on extension, between February 11, 2021 and June 15, 2021 are now due June 30, 2021.

 

Taxpayers needing assistance should contact the Department to discuss their individual situations. To speak with a Department representative, call Taxpayer Services at (850) 488-6800, Monday through Friday (excluding holidays).


2/25/2021

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.​​​