The Department of Revenue is currently transitioning to a new way of handling secure email and the transfer of large files. Job aids are available (Secure Email Overview and Electronic Sharing of Large Files) that can help you understand these new ways of communicating with us.
Alert! Child Support Text Messages
We are aware of some child support customers receiving text messages about child support. These text messages are not being sent by the Florida Department of Revenue Child Support Program. We will never send you an email or text message asking for your personal information. If you get an email, text message, or pop-up message asking for personal information, do not reply or call any phone number given, even if it looks like we sent it. Call us at 1-800-622-5437 if you get these types of requests.
New Mobile App
A free mobile app has been developed to provide an additional method for businesses to document tax-exempt sales. The app can verify Florida sales tax certificate numbers or Consumer’s Certificate of Exemption numbers and provide a transaction authorization number for valid certificates. It is designed for:
Naples Service Center moving to a new location
Effective August 28, 2014, the Naples Service Center relocated to a new facility at 3845 Beck Boulevard, Naples, FL 34114. The general tax administration program is located on the second floor, Suite 831, and the child support program is located on the first floor, Suite 811, and the second floor, Suite 833.
Voluntary disclosure of tax liabilities
Do you owe unpaid or underpaid taxes? If the Department has not already contacted you about these liabilities, you can pay them under our voluntary disclosure program. In many cases, we will waive the penalties. Read more.
Shopping Online? Make Sure You Pay Tax
Did you know you must pay "use tax" on items you buy tax-free outside Florida and bring or have delivered into this state? This applies to merchandise that would have been taxed if purchased in Florida. We have an easy online application you can use to report and pay taxes on Internet, catalog, and other out-of-state purchases. Read more about a consumer’s responsibility to pay use tax.