Find out more about Florida’s reemployment tax laws and rules.
Under Florida law, reemployment tax rates are calculated each year by the Florida Department of Revenue. Learn more about Reemployment Tax.
If you paid reemployment taxes for 10 or more employees during any quarter of the prior state fiscal year (July 1 through June 30 of a given year) you must file reports and pay taxes online through the Florida Department of Revenue.
Find answers to your questions about reemployment tax in the Florida Department of Revenue’s Employer Guide to Reemployment Tax.
Learn how to calculate the portion of wages subject to reemployment taxes.
Review Florida reemployment tax statutes, filing guides, checklists, forms, and much more through the Florida Revenue Law Library.
Locate your local Department of Revenue Taxpayer Service Center to get assistance with reemployment tax law compliance.
Review tax tutorials developed by the Florida Department of Revenue. Resources include a Start-up Kit for New Businesses with information about record keeping and reemployment, sales, and use taxes.
Find tax forms, guides, and tips for small businesses.