The state of Florida collects no income tax.
• Lists basic Florida state tax information
• Links to Florida Department of Revenue site
• Shows you how you can save time and money by e-filing
If you use H&R Block to file your federal tax forms, you can also file your local and state taxes at the same time by simply transferring all the information you already submitted to the IRS.
H&R Block helps you take advantage of all possible credits and deductions that you might otherwise miss, thus ensuring the largest possible refund. You'll save time, avoid costly errors, and get your your state refund (which may be substantial) much faster than if you mail a paper return.
Tax Rate: -
Income Brackets: None
Number of Brackets: None
Personal Exemptions: None
Standard Deduction: None
Medical/Dental Deduction: None
Federal Income Tax Deduction: None
Since Florida does not collect state income tax, you do not have to file a state tax return.
However, if you have acquired income from an estate, then you may be required to file. Florida's estate tax laws vary. Consult the Florida State Department of Taxation for further information.
The main Florida tax form is:
Form F-706 | Estate Tax Return|
If you need South Dokata tax forms that are not listed here, you can download them from the Forida tax forms site.
Or, just simply e-file!
If you need help with your federal tax return, start with our basic guide to tax filing.
For additional help with filing FL income tax returns, see the official site of the Florida state's Department of Taxation