Florida Tax Forms

 

While Florida does not collect income taxes from individuals, it does collect many other types of taxes from both individuals and businesses. For individuals, this includes property tax filing. For businesses, this means corporations have a filing requirement.

Similar to the federal government, Florida uses tax forms to systemize the collection of taxes.

What Florida State Tax Forms Should You Use?

Are you wondering what Florida state tax forms you should use? Refer to this list from the Florida Department of Revenue.

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