Information on local option taxes authorized by the legislature.
Municipalities and charter counties can find out more about the information they must report, as required by law.
They may also search the MPST database for information as reported to the Department of Revenue.
Read about a program designed to help local officials with administration of tax programs, resulting in increased compliance and improved revenue collections.
The Department of Revenue is no longer requiring the State Revenue Sharing Application form number DR-700218 to be submitted annually. After careful review, we have determined that each local government already certifies the requirements of s. 200.065, F.S. to our Property Tax Oversight Program. Eliminating the application will reduce any duplication of information provided by the local governments, which will save time and financial resources. However, if for any reason, you believe that your local government doesn't meet the requirements of this application, please contact the Department at email@example.com, so we can discuss the matter further.
For further information on eligibility requirements documented in the application, please reference Section 218.23 Florida Statutes by clicking on this link s. 218.23 and for determining 3 mill equivalency.
The Florida Department of Revenue provides Tax Information Publication (TIP) #11ADM-04 for local governments seeking reimbursement for damages resulting from the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill in the Gulf of Mexico.