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Florida's Delinquent Taxpayers

The Florida Department of Revenue is authorized by law to publish a list of the names of taxpayers who have large unresolved tax liabilities. These taxpayers have failed to pay or arrange to pay their debt, despite repeated attempts by the Department to collect the amount due.

The names were selected according to the following criteria:

  • Taxpayers who have unsatisfied tax warrants or liens totaling $100,000 or more, and
  • In counties where no taxpayer has warrants or liens totaling $100,000, the two taxpayers with the highest amount of warrants or liens are included.

Taxpayers who are in bankruptcy, who have entered into and are current on a stipulated payment agreement, or who have in place a payment agreement with the Department, are excluded.

The warrant or lien is a public record filed with the Clerk of Court or other government office in the county where the taxpayer is located. The list is published according to section 213.053(19), Florida Statutes. Unauthorized use of this information is prohibited by Florida law. For more details, read our privacy notice.

The list will be updated every 30 days. The current list was posted on August 20, 2014.

If your name or business name appears on the list and you want to resolve your tax liability, contact your local Department of Revenue service center. You must do one of the following:

  • Pay the amount in full.
  • Enter a stipulated payment agreement.
  • Provide information to prove the amount on the warrant is not due.

Read about Revenue's tax collection process and what taxpayers can do to avoid becoming delinquent.