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Florida Business Tax Application R.01/15
DR-1 R. 01-18.indd

Florida Business Tax Application DR-1 R. 01/18 Page 1 Register online at floridarevenue.com It’s convenient, free, secure and saves paper, postage, and time. Rule 12A-1.097 Florida Administrative Code Effective 04/18 For DOR Use Only Please read the Instructions for Completing the Florida Business Tax Application (Form DR-1N). Every applicant must complete Sections A and K and must answer the questions in bold print at the beginning of every section and subsection. This application will be rejected if the required information is not provided. Section A – Reason for Applying and Applicant Information 1. Indicate your reason for submitting this application (check only one; provide date and certificate number, if applicable). a. b. c. New business entity (not previously registered in Florida). New/additional Florida business location. New taxable activity at previously registered business location. Beginning date of Florida taxable business activity: Beginning date of business activity at new Florida location: Link new location to existing consolidated filing number: Date of new taxable activity: e. Change of Florida county. Change of legal entity/business structure. Purchase/acquisition of existing business from another person or entity. 2. Is this a seasonal business? Yes – ­ Date of location county change: Old location’s certificate/account number: Link new county location to existing consolidated filing number: Date of legal change: – – ­ – – 8 0– – ­ Old entity’s certificate/account number: f. ­ 8 0– Registered location’s certificate number d. ­ – Date of purchase/acquisition: – ­ No If yes, first month of season: _____________________ last month: _____________________ BUSINESS ENTITY INFORMATION 3a. Legal name of individual owner Last name: (for sole proprietor only): First name: Middle name/initial: 3b. Owner’s telephone number: ( ) 3c. Legal name of business entity (e.g., corporation, limited liability company, partnership, trust, estate): 4. Trade, fictitious, or “doing business as” name: 5a. Physical street address of business location or rental property being registered (see instructions): City/State/ZIP: 6. Mail to the attention of: 5b. Business telephone number: ( ) County: 5c. Fax number: ( ) Mailing address (if different from # 5a): City/State/ZIP: 7. Email address: Your email address is treated as confidential information [section (s). 213.053, Florida Statutes (F.S.)], and is not subject to disclosure of public records (s. 119.071, F.S.). 8a. Business Entity Identification Number - Provide the Federal Employer Identification Number (FEIN) of the business entity or Social Security Number (SSN)* of the owner/sole proprietor. Sole proprietors employing workers must also have an FEIN. 8b. FEIN: 8c. SSN*: DR-1 R. 01/18 Page 2 9. If you checked Box 1.f. because you purchased or acquired an existing business from another person or entity, provide the following information about the other person or entity: a. Legal name of person or entity: b. FEIN: c. Reemployment tax account number: d. Address, City, State, ZIP: e. Sales tax certificate number: f. Portion of business acquired: All Part h. Was the business operating at the time of purchase/ acquisition? j. Did the business have employees at the time of purchase/acquisition? g. Date of purchase or acquisition: Unknown Yes i. If no, on what date did the business close? No Yes ­ k. If yes, did you acquire the employees? No l. Did the acquired entity and your entity share any common ownership, management, or control at the time of purchase/acquisition? Yes No Yes No BUSINESS STRUCTURE & OWNERSHIP 10. Check the box next to the structure of your business entity. d. Limited Liability Company (check one below) a. Sole proprietorship Single member LLC b. Partnership (check one below) Married couple General partnership Limited partnership Joint venture f. Nonbusiness trust/Fiduciary Elects treatment as C-corporation ** Multi-member LLC Not-for-profit corporation S-corporation g. Estate Elects treatment as C-corporation ** c. Corporation (check one below) C-corporation e. Business trust **Refers to elections made for federal income tax purposes. Provide date of death: h. Government agency 11. Corporations, partnerships, limited liability companies, and trusts must provide the following: a. Document number issued by the Florida Secretary of State when the entity was chartered or authorized to conduct business in Florida: b. Date of Florida incorporation, formation or organization, or date of authorization to conduct business in Florida: c. Entity’s fiscal year ending date (month/day): Document number: 12. Identify the owner/sole proprietor, or general partners, officers, managing members, grantors, trustees, or personal representatives of the business entity. Note: The person signing this application must be listed here. Name: Social Security Number *: Home address: Percent of ownership/control: Title: Driver license number/Issuing state: City/State/ZIP: Telephone number: Name: Social Security Number*: Home address: Percent of ownership/control: Title: Driver license number/Issuing state: City/State/ZIP: Telephone number: Name: Social Security Number *: Home address: Percent of ownership/control: Title Driver license number/Issuing state: City/State/ZIP: Telephone number: ( ) ( ) ( ) (Attach additional pages, if necessary) * Social security numbers (SSNs) are used by the Florida Department of Revenue as unique identifiers for the administration of Florida’s taxes. SSNs obtained for tax administration purposes are confidential under sections 213.053 and 119.071, Florida Statutes, and not subject to disclosure as public records. Collection of your SSN is authorized under state and federal law. Visit our Internet site at floridarevenue.com and select “Privacy Notice” for more information regarding the state and federal law governing the collection, use, or release of SSNs, including authorized exceptions. DR-1 R. 01/18 Page 3 BUSINESS BACKGROUND INFORMATION If yes, provide previous name: 13. Has this business entity ever been known by Yes No another name? 14. Has this business entity ever been issued a certificate of registration, certificate number or tax account number by the Florida Department of Revenue? 15. Has any owner/proprietor, partner, officer, member, trustee, or the person whose social security number is provided in items 8c or 12 ever been issued a certificate of registration, certificate number or tax account number by the Florida Department of Revenue? a. Name of person or entity named on certificate of registration: 16. If you answered “Yes” to questions 14 or 15, provide the name, address and certificate b. Address of person or entity named on certificate of registration: of registration number for each business, proprietor, owner, partner, officer, member or c. Certificate or tax account number: trustee. 17. Has a tax warrant ever been filed by the Florida Department of Revenue against this business entity? 18. Has a tax warrant ever been filed by the Florida Department of Revenue against any owner/proprietor, partner, officer, member, trustee, or the person whose social security number is provided in items 8c or 12? Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes No BUSINESS ACTIVITIES DESCRIPTION 19a. Describe the primary nature of your business and list all activities, products, and services. Include all of your taxable activities if known. 19b. If known, provide your North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) Code(s). Enter your primary code first. To determine your NAICS code, go to www.census.gov/eos/www/naics Primary Code: Section B – Activities Subject to Sales & Use Tax (no fee) General 20. Does your business (check the yes or no box next to each activity with black or blue pen): Yes No Y N Y N Y N Y N Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y N N N N N N N N N N N N N a. Sell products or services at retail (to consumers)? b. Sell products or services at wholesale (to registered dealers who will sell to consumers)? c. Purchase or sell secondhand goods (see description in the Sales and Use Tax section of the instructions, Form DR-1N)? If you consign, buy or trade secondary goods, in addition to registering for sales and use tax, complete and submit a Registration Application for Secondhand Dealers and/or Secondary Metals Recyclers (Form DR-1S). d. Purchase or sell salvage or scrap metal to be recycled? If you obtain, purchase or convert ferrous or nonferrous metals into raw material products, in addition to registering for sales and use tax, complete and submit a Registration Application for Secondhand Dealers and/or Secondary Metals Recyclers (Form DR-1S). e. Sell products or goods from nonpermanent locations (such as flea markets or craft shows)? f. Sell products or goods by mail order using catalogs or the Internet? g. Rent or lease commercial real property to individuals or businesses? h. Rent or lease living or sleeping accommodations to others for periods of six months or less? i. Manage the rental or leasing of living or sleeping accommodations belonging to others? j. Rent equipment or other property or goods to individuals or businesses? k. Repair or alter consumer products or equipment? l. Charge admission or membership fees? m. Place and operate coin-operated amusement machines at business locations belonging to others? n. Place and operate food or beverage vending machines at business locations belonging to others? o. Place and operate nonfood or nonbeverage vending machines at business locations belonging to others? p. Operate vending machines at your business location(s)? q. Purchase items that you will include in a finished product assembled or manufactured for sale? Item 20 continues on Page 4 DR-1 R. 01/18 Page 4 20. Does your business (check the yes or no box next to each activity with black or blue pen): Y N Y Y N N r. Purchase items for use in your business that were not taxed by the seller when purchased (includes purchases through catalogs, the Internet, or from out-of-state vendors)? s. Use dyed diesel fuel for off-road purposes? t. Provide any of the following services? If yes, check the box next to each service you provide. (1) Pest control services for nonresidential buildings (4) Protection services (2) Interior cleaning services for nonresidential buildings (5) Security alarm system monitoring services (3) Detective services Coin-Operated Amusement Machines 21. Are coin-operated amusement machines operated at your business location?............................................................................................................ If yes, answer question a. If no, skip to question 22. a. Y N Y N Y N Y N Y N Y N Y N Y N Do you have a written agreement designating a party other than the applicant entity as the operator of the amusement machines at your location?........................ If yes, provide name, address, and telephone number of machine operator: If no, also complete an Application for Amusement Machine Certificate (Form DR-18). Name: Telephone number: ( ) Mailing address: City/State/ZIP: Real Property Contractors 22. Do you improve real property as a contractor?............................................................................................................................................................... If yes, answer questions a–d. If no, skip to question 23. a. Indicate your industry category(s) (check all that apply): residential commercial industrial utility bridge/road b. Do you sell products at retail?................................................................................................................................................................................................................ c. Do you purchase materials/supplies from out-of-state vendors for use in your Florida projects?........................................................................................................ d. Do you construct or assemble building components away from your project sites?............................................................................................................................. Motor Fuel Sales 23. Do you sell gasoline, diesel fuel, or aviation fuel at posted retail prices?...................................................................................................................... If yes, complete item a. If no, skip to question 24. a. Check the box next to the description that best describes your fuel sales activities. Gas station only Gas station/convenience store Truck stop Marine fueling Aircraft fueling Section C – Activities Subject to Sales Tax and the Prepaid Wireless E911 Fee 24. Do you sell prepaid phones, phone cards or calling arrangements?.............................................................................................................................. If yes, check the box next to each activity below that describes your sales. a. Domestic or international long distance calling/phone cards (non-wireless) b. Prepaid wireless services (cards, plans, devices) that provide access to wireless networks and interaction with 911 emergency services. Section D – Activities Subject to Solid Waste Fees & Surcharge (no fee) 25. Do you sell tires or batteries, or rent or lease motor vehicles to others?....................................................................................................................... If yes, answer questions a–c. If no, skip to question 26. a. Do you sell (at retail) new tires for motorized vehicles that are sold separately or as part of a vehicle?.............................................................................................. b. Do you sell (at retail) new or remanufactured lead-acid batteries that are sold separately or as a component part of another product such as new automobiles, golf carts, or boats?...................................................................................................................................................................................... c. Do you rent, lease, or sell car-sharing membership services for the use of, motor vehicles that transport fewer than nine passengers?............................................. Y N Y N Y N Y N DR-1 R. 01/18 Page 5 26. Do you own or operate a dry-cleaning plant or dry drop-off facility in Florida?........................................................................................................ 27. Do you produce or import perchloroethylene?................................................................................................................................................................ If yes, also complete a Florida Fuel or Pollutants Tax Application (Form DR-156). If no, continue to question 28. Section E - Activities Subject to Reemployment Tax (formerly Unemployment Tax) Y N Y N (no fee) NOTE: In addition to registering for Reemployment Tax: • New Florida employers must register with the Florida New Hire Reporting Center to report newly hired and re-hired employees in Florida, visit https://newhire.state.fl.us • Florida employers are required to obtain appropriate workers’ compensation insurance coverage for their employees, visit http://www.myfloridacfo.com/division/WC/ Y 28. Have you employed or will you employ workers in the state of Florida? **................................................................................................................ If no, skip Section E (questions 29-39). ** Officers performing services for the corporation and receiving payment for such services (salary or distributions) are considered employees of the corporation for purposes of reemployment tax (RT). 29. Is your business already registered and actively paying Florida reemployment tax?................................................................................................. If yes, provide your RT Account Number and skip questions 30-39. RT Account Number 30. Are you reactivating your reemployment tax account?................................................................................................................................................. If yes, provide your RT Account Number. N Y N Y N RT Account Number 31. Employment type (check all that apply): Regular employer (employee leasing companies attach a copy of Department of Business & Professional Regulation [DBPR] license) Domestic employer (household & personal care) Agricultural (noncitrus) employer Indian tribe or Tribal unit Agricultural (citrus) employer Nonprofit organization (attach a copy of your 501(c)(3) determination letter from the IRS) Governmental entity FL State agencies provide first six digits of FLAIR Org Code Agricultural crew chief 32. On what date did you, or will you first employ workers in Florida? **............................................................................. ­ 33. If your employment type is: a. Regular, Indian tribe/Tribal unit, or Governmental employer Have you or will you pay gross wages of at least $1,500 within a calendar quarter? **....................................................................................... If yes, provide the date you reached or will reach $1,500 gross wages:......................................................... N Y N Y N Y N ­ Have you or will you pay gross wages of at least $1,000 within a calendar quarter? **....................................................................................... If yes, provide the date you reached or will reach $1,000 gross wages:......................................................... d. Agricultural (non-citrus, citrus, or crew chief) employer Y ­ Have you or will you employ four or more workers for 20 or more weeks within a calendar year? **................................................................ If yes, provide the date of the 20th week:....................................................................................................... c. Domestic employer N ­ Have you or will you employ one or more workers for 20 or more weeks within a calendar year? **................................................................. If yes, provide the date of the 20th week:....................................................................................................... b. Nonprofit organization Y ­ Have you or will you pay gross wages of at least $10,000 within a calendar quarter? **..................................................................................... DR-1 R. 01/18 Page 6 If yes, provide the date you reached or will reach $10,000 gross wages:....................................................... ­ Have you or will you employ five or more workers for 20 or more weeks within a calendar year? **................................................................. If yes, provide the date of the 20th week:....................................................................................................... N Y N Y N If yes, also complete an Independent Contractor Analysis (RTS-6061) 36. Do you lease workers from an employee leasing company?............................................................................................................................................... Y If yes, in which state: _________________________________________ in which year:...................................................................................... 35. Do you use the services of persons in Florida whom you consider to be self-employed, independent contractors?.......................................................... N ­ 34. Have you paid federal unemployment tax in another state this year or last year?............................................................................................................... Y If yes, complete items a–f about the leasing company and your leasing arrangement. a. Leasing company’s name: b. FEIN: e. Portion of workforce that is leased: c. DBPR License Number: All d. RT Account Number: f. Date of leasing arrangement: Part ­ 37. List the locations where you employ workers in Florida. Address: Principal products or services: Address: Principal products or services: Address: Principal products or services: City: County: Number of employees: If services, indicate if City: Administrative Research County: Other: ________________________________________ Number of employees: If services, indicate if City: Administrative Research County: Other: ________________________________________ Number of employees: If services, indicate if Administrative Other: ________________________________________ Research 38. If another party (accountant, bookkeeper, agent) will maintain your payroll, provide the following information about the other party: Individual or firm name: Federal ID number (FEIN, PTIN): Mailing address: City/State/ZIP: Email address: Telephone number: ( ) 39. Mailing addresses for reemployment tax – All correspondence about your reemployment tax account, returns, statements, rate notices, and claims and benefits information, will be mailed to the address you provided in item 6. If you wish to have these documents mailed elsewhere, provide other addresses below. a. Reporting – Mail Employer’s Quarterly Reports, certifications, and correspondence related to reporting to (check one): Payroll address (item 38) Name: Mailing address: Other, below Telephone number: ( ) City/State/ZIP: Email address: b. Tax Rate – Mail tax rate notices and rate-related correspondence to (check one): Payroll address (item 38) Name: Mailing address: Email address: Other, below Telephone number: City/State/ZIP: ( ) DR-1 R. 01/18 Page 7 Claims – Mail notices of benefits paid and other correspondence about claims and benefits to (check one): c. Payroll address (item 38) Name: Other, below Telephone number: Mailing address: ( ) City/State/ZIP: Email address: Section F - Activities Subject to Communications Services Tax (no fee) 40. Do you sell communications services; purchase communications services to integrate into prepaid calling arrangements; or are you applying for a direct pay permit for communications services tax?.......................................................................................................... If yes, check the box next to each service you sell, and answer questions 41-44. If no, skip Section F (questions 41-44). Y N Telephone service (i.e., local, long distance, wireless or VOIP) Video service (e.g., television programming) Paging service Direct-to-home satellite service Facsimile (fax) service (not in the course of advertising or professional services) Pay telephone service Reseller (only sales for resale; no sales to retail customers) Purchase services to integrate into prepaid calling arrangements Other services; please describe: _ _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 41. Are you applying for a direct pay permit for communications services tax?....................................................................................................................... If yes, also complete an Application for Self-Accrual Authority/Direct Pay Permit (Form DR-700030). Y N 42. In order to charge the correct amount of tax, you must know the taxing jurisdiction in which your customers are located. How will you verify the correct assignment of customer location to taxing jurisdiction? If you use multiple databases, check all that apply. If you sell only pay telephone or direct-to-home satellite services, provide prepaid calling arrangements, are a reseller, or are applying for a direct pay permit, skip to item 44. 1. An electronic database provided by the Department. 2. Your own database that will be certified by the Department; to apply for certification, you must complete an Application for Certification of Communications Services Database (Form DR-700012). 3. A database supplied by a vendor. Provide the vendor name and product: Vendor:________________________________Product:_______________________________ 4. ZIP+4 and a methodology for assignment when ZIP codes overlap jurisdictions. 5. ZIP+4 that does not overlap jurisdictions (e.g., a hotel located in one jurisdiction). 6. None of the above. 43. If you use multiple databases, you may be eligible for both collection allowances. If you will file separate returns for each type of database, check the box below. See instructions for explanation. I will file two separate communications services tax returns, one for each type of database. 44. Name and contact information of the managerial representative who can answer questions about filed tax returns: Telephone number: Name: Mailing address: ( ) City/State/ZIP: Email address: Section G - Activities Subject to Documentary Stamp Tax (no fee) 45. Do you make sales, finalized by written financing agreements, that are not recorded by the Clerk of the Court, but do require documentary stamp tax to be paid?........................................................................................................................................................ If yes, complete items a-b. If no, skip to question 46. a. Do you anticipate five or more transactions subject to documentary stamp tax per month?................................................................................................................ Y N Y N DR-1 R. 01/18 Page 8 b. Will books and records be kept at locations in addition to the location provided for item 5?.............................................................................................................. If yes, provide location information: Address: City/State/ZIP: Address: City/State/ZIP: Address: City/State/ZIP: Address: City/State/ZIP: Section H - Activities Subject to Gross Receipts Tax on Electrical Power and Gas b. N (no fee) 46. Do you own or operate a local electric or natural or manufactured gas (excluding LP gas) utility distribution facility in Florida?.................... If yes, check the items below that apply and answer question b. If no, skip to question 47. a. Electricity Y Y N Y N Natural or manufactured gas Do you import into Florida natural or manufactured gas (excluding LP gas) for your own use instead of purchasing taxable utility or transportation services?...... Section I - Activities Subject to Severance Taxes & Miami-Dade County Lake Belt Fees (no fee) 47. Do you extract oil, gas, sulfur, solid minerals, phosphate rock or heavy minerals from the soils or waters of Florida?......................................... If yes, check the box next to each activity you are engaged in. If no, skip to question 48. a. Extracting oil for sale, transport, storage, profit, or commercial use. b. Extracting gas for sale, transport, profit, or commercial use. c. Extracting sulfur for sale, transport, storage, profit, or commercial use. d. Extracting solid minerals, phosphate rock, or heavy minerals from the soil or water for commercial use. e. Extracting lime rock or sand from within the Miami-Dade County Lake Belt Area (see s. 373.4149, F.S., for boundary description). Section J – Enrollment to File and Pay Taxes and Fees Electronically Y N (no fee) N 48. Do you wish to enroll to file and pay taxes, fees, and surcharges electronically?......................................................................................................... Y Complete this section if you wish to electronically file and pay all taxes, fees and surcharges resulting from this registration, if an electronic option exists. Each will have the same filing and paying contacts, banking information and method of payment. If you wish to enroll each tax/fee/surcharge separately (e.g., different contacts, banking information, methods of payment) you may do so online after you have received all certificate and account numbers following this registration. For detailed information about the e-Services program, see the instructions (Form DR-1N) or go to floridarevenue.com and select Enroll for tax e-Services. 49. Contact Person for Electronic Payments Name: Telephone number: ( ) Mailing address: City/State/ZIP: Fax number: ( ) Email address: a company employee a non-related tax preparer 50. Contact Person for Electronic Return Filing the party named in item 38 Federal PTIN (if tax preparer): Check if same as contact person for electronic payments. Name: Telephone number: ( ) Mailing address: City/State/ZIP: Fax number: ( ) Email address: a company employee a non-related tax preparer the party named in item 38 Federal PTIN (if tax preparer): DR-1 R. 01/18 Page 9 51. Choose your filing/payment method: File Electronically Pay Electronically (select one): ACH-Debit (e-check) ACH-Credit ACH-Debit (e-check) is the action taken when the Department’s bank withdraws a tax payment from the taxpayer’s bank account upon the taxpayer’s authorization; the taxpayer’s bank account is debited. ACH-Credit is the action taken when the taxpayer’s bank transfers a tax payment to the Department’s bank account; the Department’s account is credited. This is not a credit card payment. 52. Banking Information (not required for ACH-Credit payment method): a. Bank/financial institution name: b. Account type: Business, or c. Bank account number: d. Personal and Checking, or Savings Bank Routing Number: |: :| Note: Due to federal security requirements, we cannot process international ACH transactions. If any funding for payments comes from financial institutions located outside the US or its territories, please contact us to make other payment arrangements. If you are unsure, please contact your financial institution. 53. Enrollee Authorization and Agreement This is an Agreement between the Florida Department of Revenue, hereinafter “the Department,” and the business entity named herein, hereinafter “the Enrollee,” entered into according to the provisions of the Florida Statutes and the Florida Administrative Code. By completing this agreement and submitting this enrollment request, the Enrollee applies and is hereby authorized by the Department to file tax returns and reports, make tax and fee payments, and transmit remittances to the Department electronically. This agreement represents the entire understanding of the parties in relation to the electronic filing of returns, reports, and remittances. The same statute and rule provisions that pertain to all paper documents filed or payments made by the Enrollee also govern an electronic return, or payment initiated electronically according to this agreement. I certify that I am authorized to sign on behalf of the business entity identified herein, and that all information provided in this document has been personally reviewed by me and the facts stated in it are true. According to the payment method selected above, I hereby authorize the Department to present debit entries into the bank account referenced above at the depository designated herein (ACH-Debit), or I am authorized to register for the ACH-Credit payment privilege and accept all responsibility for the filing of payments through the ACH-Credit method. Signature:________________________________________________________ Title:_____________________________________ Date:_______________________ Printed name:________________________________________________________________________________________________ Second Signature:_ ________________________________________________ Title:_____________________________________ Date:_______________________ (If account requires two signatures) Printed name:________________________________________________________________________________________________ Section K - Applicant Acknowledgement, Declaration and Signature Registrant’s Responsibilities – You must initial next to each responsibility listed below to indicate that you have read, acknowledge, and understand each one. Your application will be rejected if any part of this section is left blank. ______ I understand it is my responsibility to notify the Department of Revenue of any changes of business structure, activities, location, mailing address or contact information. ______ I understand that any person who is required to collect, truthfully account for, and pay any tax, surcharge, or fee, and willfully fails to do so shall be personally liable for penalties and twice the amount of tax, under the provisions of s. 213.29, F.S. In addition to any other penalties provided by law, including civil penalties, I understand it is a criminal offense to: ______ Fail or refuse to register (a late registration fee or penalty may also be imposed). ______ Not timely file a tax return or report. ______ Underreport a tax, surcharge or fee liability on a return or report filed. ______ Fail or refuse to collect a required tax, surcharge or fee. ______ Not remit a collected tax, surcharge or fee. ______ Make a worthless check, draft, debit card payment, or electronic funds transfer to the Department. DR-1 R. 01/18 Page 10 Authorized Signature – Depending on your business structure, only the following principal persons may sign this application: • • • • • • • If the applicant is a sole proprietor, the individual owner must sign. If the applicant is a partnership, a general partner must sign. If the applicant is a corporation, an incorporator or officer must sign. If the applicant is a limited liability company, a member or manager (if authorized by the members) must sign. If the applicant is a trust, the grantor or a trustee must sign. If the applicant is an estate, the personal representative, executor or executrix must sign. If the applicant is a government agency, an official authorized to sign on behalf of the agency must sign. Note: The person signing the application must be listed under item 12 in the Business Structure & Ownership section. Applicant Attestation, Declaration, and Signature Under penalties of perjury, I attest that I am the applicant, or that I am an authorized principal of the applicant entity identified herein, and also declare that I have read the information provided on this application and that the facts stated in it are true. Signature:___________________________________________________________________________________ Title:________________________________________ Printed name:________________________________________________________________________________ Date:________________________________________ USE THIS CHECKLIST TO ENSURE FAST PROCESSING OF YOUR APPLICATION. a Complete all required sections of this application. a Make sure that you have provided your FEIN or SSN. a Sign and date the application. a Attach required documentation or additional applications, if applicable. a Mail to: Account Management MS 1-5730 Florida Department of Revenue 5050 W Tennessee St Tallahassee FL 32399-0160 You may also mail or deliver your application to any Department of Revenue taxpayer service center. Visit the Department’s website at floridarevenue.com FOR DOR USE ONLY PM/Delivery B.P. No. Contract Object (MO) RT Acct. No. Certificate No. - - Contract Object (other) NAICS Code(s): References The following documents were mentioned in this form and are incorporated by reference in the rules indicated below. The forms are available online at floridarevenue.com/forms. Form DR-1N Form DR-1S Form DR-18 Form DR-156 Form RTS-6061 Form DR-700030 Form DR-700012 Instructions for Completing the Florida Business Tax Application Registration Application for Secondhand Dealers and Secondary Metals Recyclers Application for Amusement Machine Certificate Florida Fuel or Pollutants Tax Application Independent Contractor Analysis Application for Self-Accrual Authority/Direct Pay Permit Application for Certification of Communications Services Database Rule 12A-1.097. F.A.C. .Rule 12A-17.005, F.A.C. Rule 12A-1.097, F.A.C. Rule 12B-5.150, F.A.C. Rule 73B-10.037. F.A.C. Rule 12A-19.100, F.A.C Rule 12A-19.100, F.A.C.
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About the Corporate Income Tax

The IRS and most states require corporations to file an income tax return, with the exact filing requirements depending on the type of company.

Sole proprietorships or disregarded entities like LLCs are filed on Schedule C (or the state equivalent) of the owner's personal income tax return, flow-through entities like S Corporations or Partnerships are generally required to file an informational return equivilent to the IRS Form 1120S or Form 1065, and full corporations must file the equivalent of federal Form 1120 (and, unlike flow-through corporations, are often subject to a corporate tax liability).

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