Florida Florida Business Tax Application
Extracted from PDF file 2021-florida-form-dr-1.pdf, last modified December 2021
Florida Business Tax ApplicationFlorida Business Tax Application Register online at floridarevenue.com/taxes/registration. It's fast and secure. DR-1 R. 01/22 Rule 12AER21-22, F.A.C. Effective 01/22 Page 1 of 15 ALL information provided as a part of this application is held confidential by the Florida Department of Revenue. Social security numbers are used by the Florida Department of Revenue as unique identifiers for the administration of Florida's taxes. Social security numbers 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 social security number is authorized under state and federal law. Visit the Department's website at floridarevenue.com/privacy for more information regarding the state and federal law governing the collection, use, or release of social security numbers, including authorized exceptions. Use Black or Blue Ink to Complete This Application Business Information All Applicants Identification Numbers 1 . Identification Numbers: Federal Employer Identification Number (FEIN): You must provide your FEIN before you can register for Reemployment Tax. If you are not required by the Internal Revenue Service to obtain an FEIN, you must provide your social security number, unless you are not a citizen of the United States. Social Security Number (SSN): If you are not a citizen of the United States and you do not have a social security number, provide your complete Visa number. Visa Number: Florida Business Partner Number (if registered): (business partner numbers are 4 to 7 digits in length) Consolidated Sales and Use Tax Filing Number: (if you file a consolidated sales and use tax return) County Control Number: (if you use this number to report tax for the county where your business is located) 2. Reason for Applying (select only one): Business entity not currently registered Date of first Florida taxable activity: All Applicants Reason for Applying mm dd yyyy Additional Florida location for currently registered business Date of first taxable activity mm dd yyyy Sales and use tax for this location will be reported using my current: (select all that apply) consolidated return county control reporting number Additional Florida rental property for currently registered business Date of first taxable activity: mm dd yyyy Sales and use tax for this location will be reported using my current: (select all that apply) consolidated return county control reporting number Moved registered Florida location to another Florida county Effective date: mm dd yyyy Current sales and use tax certificate number for location (this number will be cancelled) Sales and use tax for this location will be reported using my current (select all that apply) consolidated return county control reporting number DR-1 R. 01/22 Page 2 of 15 Starting a new taxable activity at a registered location Effective date: mm dd yyyy Change the form of business ownership - Effective date: mm dd yyyy Current sales and use tax certificate number for location Acquired existing business Effective date: All Applicants Reason for Applying mm dd yyyy 3. Business Name, Location, and Mailing Address: Others - Use name filed with the Florida Department of State or Sole proprietors - Use last name, first name, middle initial similar agency in another state Partnerships - Use partnership name or last name of general partners Legal name of business: Business trade name "doing business as" if you have one: Physical Address: Provide the street address of the business location or Florida rental property - Do not use PO Box or Rural Route Numbers. Florida County: Check if # is outside U.S. Street address: Telephone #: #: City / State / ZIP: ext: Fax #: Mailing Address: Provide the name and mailing address where tax returns and other correspondence for your business are to be mailed. Mailing Address (if different than business location address): Mail to: All Applicants - Business Ownership Seasonal Business City / State / ZIP: 4. Is this business location only open during a portion of a calendar year? If yes, provide the: First calendar month this business location is open: ; and the Last calendar month this business location is open: Yes No . 5. Form of Business Ownership: (select only one form of ownership) Sole Proprietor (individual owner) Limited liability company (LLC) Partnership (select one below): (select one below): Married couple Single member General partnership Multi-member Limited liability partnership (LLP) If single member,select the box that Limited partnership (LP) applies to how your LLC is treated for Joint venture federal income tax. Corporation (select one below): C Corporation C Corporation S Corporation S Corporation Disregarded (reported by single member) Not-for-profit If multi-member, select the box that applies Foreign corporation to how your LLC is treated for federal income tax. Partnership C Corporation S Corporation Estate Trust Business Other Governmental agency DR-1 R. 01/22 Page 3 of 15 6. If your business is a partnership, corporation, limited liability company, or trust, provide the following information: Date of Florida incorporation or organization, or date of authorization to conduct business at this location in Florida: mm dd yyyy Fiscal year ending date (This date is generally "12/31"; however a business may elect a different fiscal year): 7. If you are a sole proprietor, provide the following information: Sole Proprietors Legal Name (first name, middle initial, last name): mm dd SSN: or Visa #: Home address: Telephone #: City / State / ZIP: #: Check if # is outside U.S. ext: 8. If your business is a partnership (including married couples), provide the following information for each general partner: (Attach additional pages, if needed.) Name: Title: Home address: SSN: Business Owners and Managers or Visa #: or FEIN: City / State / ZIP: Telephone #: #: Name: Title: Home address: SSN: Check if # is outside U.S. ext: or Visa #: or FEIN: City / State / ZIP: Telephone #: #: Name: Title: Home address: SSN: Check if # is outside U.S. ext: or Visa #: or FEIN: City / State / ZIP: Telephone #: #: Name: Title: Home address: SSN: Check if # is outside U.S. ext: or Visa #: or FEIN: City / State / ZIP: Telephone #: #: Check if # is outside U.S. ext: DR-1 R. 01/22 Page 4 of 15 9. If your business is a corporation, limited liability company, or trust, provide the following information for each director, officer, managing member, grantor, personal representative, or trustee of the business entity: (Attach additional pages, if needed.) Title: Name: Home address: Last 4 Digits of Social Security Number: or Visa #: or FEIN: Telephone #: City / State / ZIP: Check if # is outside U.S. ext: #: Title: Business Owners and Managers Name: Home address: Last 4 Digits of Social Security Number: or Visa #: or FEIN: Telephone #: City / State / ZIP: Check if # is outside U.S. ext: #: Name: Title: Home address: Last 4 Digits of Social Security Number: or Visa #: or FEIN: Telephone #: City / State / ZIP: #: Name: Check if # is outside U.S. ext: Title: Home address: Last 4 Digits of Social Security Number: or Visa #: or FEIN: Telephone #: City / State / ZIP: All Applicants Business Activities Applicants Background #: Check if # is outside U.S. ext: 10. Background: Has your business ever been known by another name? Yes No Name: Was that business issued a Florida certificate of registration or tax account number? Yes No Number: 11. Business Activities: Enter the six-digit North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code(s) that best describes your business activities at this location. Enter your primary code first. (Enter at least one.) Primary code If you do not know your NAICS code(s), go to http://www.census.gov/eos/www/naics/index.html. Enter a keyword to search the most recent NAICS list. All Applicants Business Activities DR-1 R. 01/22 Page 5 of 15 Describe the primary nature of your business and type(s) of products or services to be sold. Business Changes and Acquisitions 12. Change in Form of Business Ownership or Acquired Business If your form of business ownership has changed (e.g., sole proprietorship to a corporation or partnership to a limited liability company), or you acquired an existing business, provide the following for your prior form of ownership or for the acquired business: Name: FEIN: Address: Florida certificate or tax account number: City / State / ZIP: If acquired, portion acquired: All Part Unknown Did your business share any common ownership, management, or control with the acquired business at the time of acquisition? Yes No Did the previous legal entity or acquired business have employees at the time of the change or acquisition? Yes No Were employees transferred to the new legal entity or new business? Yes No Date transferred: mm dd yyyy You must also submit a completed Report to Determine Succession and Application for Transfer of Experience Rating Records (Form RTS-1S) within 90 days after the date of transfer when: You acquired an existing business in whole or in part, and There was no common ownership, management or control between your business and the acquired business at the time of transfer. Sales and Use Tax Sales and Use Tax 13. For each of the business activities below, select all that apply to this location: Sales, Rentals, or Repairs of Products Sell products at retail (to consumers) Sell products at wholesale (to registered dealers who will sell to consumers) Sell products or goods from nonpermanent locations (such as flea markets or craft shows) Sell products or goods by mail using catalogs or the internet Sell, serve, or prepare food products or drinks for immediate consumption on your premises, or that you package or wrap for take-out or to go, from a temporary or permanent location Repair or alter consumer products or equipment Rent equipment or other property or goods to individuals or businesses Charge admissions or membership fees Property Rentals, Leases, or Licenses Rent or lease commercial real property to individuals or businesses Manage commercial real property for individuals or businesses Rent or lease living or sleeping accommodations to others for periods of six months or less Manage the rental or leasing of living or sleeping accommodations belonging to others Rent or lease parking or storage spaces for motor vehicles in parking lots or garages Rent or lease docking or storage spaces for boats in boat docks or marinas Rent or lease tie-down or storage spaces for aircraft at airports DR-1 R. 01/22 Page 6 of 15 Sales and Use Tax (continued) Real Property Contractors Improve real property as a contractor Sell products at retail (to consumers) Construct, assemble, or fabricate building components at your plant or shop away from a project site that are used in your real property improvement projects Purchase products or supplies from vendors located outside Florida for use in Florida real property improvement projects Services Pest control services for nonresidential buildings Interior cleaning services for nonresidential buildings Detective services Protection services Security alarm system monitoring services Sales and Use Tax Fuel Sell tax paid gasoline, diesel fuel, or aviation fuel to retail dealers or end users in Florida (select all that apply below): Gas station only Gas station and convenience store Truck stop Marine fueling Aircraft fueling Reseller of fuel in bulk quantities Purchase dyed diesel fuel for off-road purposes Secondhand Goods or Scrap Metal Purchase, consign, trade, or sell secondhand goods Purchase, gather, obtain, or sell salvage or scrap metal to be recycled or convert ferrous or nonferrous metals into raw material products If you select either of these activities, you must also submit a Registration Application for Secondhand Dealers and Secondary Metals Recyclers (Form DR-1S). Coin-Operated Amusement Machines Place and operate coin-operated amusement machines at locations belonging to others Operate coin-operated amusement machines at this location (select all that apply below): Self-operate some or all the amusement machines at this location (no other machine operator used) Have entered into a written agreement with the following person or business to operate some or all the machines at this location. Name: Telephone #: #: Check if # is outside U.S. ext: Mailing address: City / State / ZIP: If you operate amusement machines at your location or at locations belonging to others, you must also submit an Application for Amusement Machine Certificate (Form DR-18) to obtain an annual Amusement Machine Certificate for each location where you operate amusement machines. Vending Machines (select all that apply below) Place and operate vending machines at locations belonging to others: (Select the type or types of vending machines you operate.) Food or beverage vending machines Nonfood or nonbeverage vending machines Operate vending machines at this location: (Select the type or types of vending machines you operate.) Food or beverage vending machines Nonfood or nonbeverage vending machines DR-1 R. 01/22 Page 7 of 15 Sales and Use Tax Sales and Use Tax (continued) Purchases Purchase items to use in my business without paying Florida sales tax to the seller at the time of purchase (such as from a seller located outside Florida) Applying for a direct pay permit to self-accrue and remit use tax directly to the Department To apply for a permit, submit an Application for Self-Accrual Authority/Direct Pay Permit Sales and Use Tax (Form DR-16A). Applying for authority to remit sales tax to the Department for independent sellers or distributors (see Rule 12A-1.0911, Florida Administrative Code, for more information) This business does not conduct activities at this location subject to Florida sales and use tax Prepaid Wireless E911 Fee E911 Fee 14. Do you sell prepaid phones, phone cards, or calling arrangements at this location? Yes No If yes, select the box that describes your sales: Domestic or international long distance calling or phone cards (non-wireless) Prepaid wireless services (cards, plans, devices) that provide access to wireless networks and interaction with 911 emergency services Solid Waste Fees and Surcharge Solid Waste - New Tire Fee, Lead-Acid Battery Fee, and Rental Car Surcharge 15. Do you sell (at retail) new tires for motorized vehicles at this location that are sold separately or as part of a vehicle? Yes No 16. Do you sell (at retail) new or remanufactured lead-acid batteries at this location that are sold separately or as a component part of another product such as new automobiles, golf carts, or boats? Yes No 17. Do you operate a car-sharing service, a peer-to-peer car sharing program, or motor vehicle rental company at this location that provides motor vehicles that transport fewer than nine passengers? Yes No Yes No Dry-Cleaning Tax Gross Receipts Tax on Dry-cleaning 18. Do you own or operate a dry-cleaning plant or dry drop-off facility in Florida? If yes, and you import or produce perchloroethylene or other dry-cleaning solvents, you must also complete a Registration Package (GT-400401) for fuels and pollutants. Reemployment Tax Reemployment Tax For purposes of reemployment tax, employees include officers of a corporation and members of a limited liability company classified as a corporation for federal tax purposes who perform services for the corporation or limited liability company and receive payment for such services (salary or distributions). 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 at servicesforemployers.floridarevenue.com. Florida employers are required to obtain appropriate workers' compensation insurance coverage for their employees. Visit www.myfloridacfo.com/division/wc/. 19. Do you have or will you have, employees in Florida? Yes No 20. Do you, or will you, lease workers from an employee leasing company to work in Florida? If yes, provide the following: Yes No Name of leasing company: Department of Business and Professional Regulation license number: FEIN: Date of leasing agreement for workers in Florida: Portion of workforce that is leased: All Part mm dd yyyy DR-1 R. 01/22 Page 8 of 15 Reemployment Tax (continued) 21. Do you use the services of persons in Florida whom you consider to be self-employed, independent contractors other than those engaged in a distinct business, occupation, or profession that serves the general public (e.g., plumber, general contractor, or certified public accountant)? Yes No Yes No Are you currently reporting wages to the Florida Department of Revenue? Yes No Are you reactivating your reemployment tax account? Yes No If yes, you must also submit a completed Independent Contractor Analysis (Form RTS-6061). If you answered No to questions 19, 20, and 21, proceed to the Communications Services Tax section. If you answered Yes, continue to the next question. 22. Is your business registered for reemployment tax? If yes, provide your RT account number: 23. On what date did you, or will you, first have an employee in Florida? mm dd yyyy 24. Employment Type (select only one employment type): Reemployment Tax Regular employer Nonprofit organization [must hold a 501(c)(3) determination letter from the Internal Revenue Service] Domestic employer [employer of persons performing only domestic (household) services (e.g., maid or cook)] Agricultural (noncitrus) employer Agricultural (citrus) employer Agricultural crew chief Indian tribe or Tribal unit Governmental entity 25. Select one category for your employment: Regular, Indian tribe or Tribal unit, or Governmental employer Have you or will you pay gross wages of at least $1,500 within a calendar quarter? Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes No If yes, provide the date you reached or will reach $1,500 gross wages. mm dd yyyy Have you or will you have one or more employees for a day (or portion of a day) during 20 or more weeks in a calendar year? If yes, provide the last day of the 20th week. mm dd yyyy Nonprofit organization Have you or will you employ four or more workers for a day (or portion of a day) during 20 or more weeks in a calendar year? If yes, provide the last day of the 20th week. mm dd yyyy Domestic employer (Employer whose employees only perform domestic services.) 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. mm dd yyyy DR-1 R. 01/22 Page 9 of 15 Reemployment Tax (continued) Agricultural (noncitrus, citrus, or crew chief) employer Have you or will you pay gross wages of at least $10,000 within a calendar quarter? Yes No If yes, provide the date you reached or will reach $10,000 gross wages. mm dd yyyy Have you or will you have five or more employees for a day (or portion of a day) during 20 or more weeks in a calendar year? Yes No If yes, provide the last day of the 20th week. mm dd yyyy 26. List all Florida locations where you have employees. (Attach a separate sheet, if needed.) Address: Number of employees: City / State / ZIP: Principal products or services: If services, indicate if: Administrative Research Other Reemployment Tax Address: Number of employees: City / State / ZIP: Principal products or services: If services, indicate if: Administrative Research Other Address: Number of employees: City / State / ZIP: Principal products or services: If services, indicate if: Administrative Research Other Address: Number of employees: City / State / ZIP: Principal products or services: If services, indicate if: Administrative Research Other 27. Payroll Agent Information. If you will use a payroll agent (such as an accountant or bookkeeper) or firm that will maintain your payroll information, provide the following: Name of payroll agent or firm: Mailing address: City / State / ZIP: DR-1 R. 01/22 Page 10 of 15 Reemployment Tax (continued) 28. Mailing Addresses for Reemployment Tax. To receive correspondence about reemployment tax reporting, tax rates, and benefits paid, select the appropriate mailing address for each type of correspondence below. Reporting Forms and Information Employer's Quarterly Reports, Certifications, Reporting-related Correspondence: Tax Rate Information Tax Rate Notices Related Correspondence: Benefits Paid Information Notice of Benefits Paid Related Correspondence: Business Information (address in the the first section of this application) Business Information (address in the first section of this application) Business Information (address in the first section of this application) Payroll Agent Information (address in Question 27) Payroll Agent Information (address in Question 27) Payroll Agent Information (address in Question 27) Other (enter below) Other (enter below) Other (enter below) Other Address for Reporting Forms and Information Reemployment Tax Name: Telephone #: Ext: Mailing address: City / State / ZIP: Email address: Other Address for Tax Rate Information Name: Ext: Telephone #: Mailing address: City / State / ZIP: Email address: Other Address for Benefits Paid Information Name: Ext: Telephone #: Mailing address: City / State / ZIP: Email address: Communications Services Tax Communications Services Tax 29. 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? Yes No If yes, select each service you sell. Telephone service (e.g., local, long distance, wireless, or VOIP) Video service (e.g., television programming or streaming) Paging service Direct-to-home satellite service Facsimile (fax) service (not when providing advertising or Pay telephone service professional services) Purchase services to integrate into prepaid calling arrangements Reseller (only sales for resale; no sales to retail customers) Other services; please describe: 30. Are you applying for a direct pay permit for communications services tax? If yes, you must also submit an Application for Self-Accrual Authority/Direct Pay Permit (Form DR-700030). Yes No DR-1 R. 01/22 Page 11 of 15 Communications Services Tax (continued) If you answered No to questions 29 and 30, proceed to the Documentary Stamp Tax section. If you answered Yes, continue. If you are a reseller only, sell only pay telephone or direct-to-home satellite services, or only purchase services to integrate into prepaid calling arrangements, go to question 34. 31. To charge the correct amount of tax, you must know the taxing jurisdiction (county and municipality) in which your customers are located. How will you verify the assignment of customer location to the correct taxing jurisdictions? If you use multiple methods, select all that apply. An electronic database provided by the Department of Revenue Your own database that will be certified by the Department of Revenue To apply for certification, you must submit an Application for Certification of Communications Services Database (Form DR-700012). Communications Services Tax A database supplied by a vendor. Provide the name of the vendor and product: Vendor: Product: ZIP + 4 and a methodology for assignment when the ZIP codes overlap jurisdictions ZIP + 4 that does not overlap jurisdictions (e.g., a hotel located in one jurisdiction) None of the above. The method you use to verify the assignment of a customer location to the correct taxing jurisdictions (county and municipality) for purposes of collecting local communications services tax determines the collection allowance rate that will be assigned to your business. If you change your method of assigning a customer's location to the correct taxing jurisdictions, you must submit a Notification of Method Employed to Determine Taxing Jurisdiction (Form DR-700020) indicating the new method(s). For more information, visit floridarevenue.com/taxes/cst. 32. If you use multiple assignment methods, you may need to file two separate returns to maximize your collection allowances. If you will file separate returns for each assignment method, check the box below. I will file two separate communications services tax returns, one for each type of assignment method. 33. Name and contact information of the person who can answer questions about communications services tax returns filed with the Department: Name: Telephone #: Ext: Email address: Documentary Stamp Tax Documentary Stamp Tax 34. Do you enter into written obligations to pay money with customers at this location that are not recorded with the Clerk of the Court or County Comptroller (e.g., financing agreements, title loans, pay-day loans, liens, promissory notes, or similar documents)? Yes No If yes, do you anticipate executing five or more written obligations to pay money subject to documentary stamp tax per month? Yes No Yes No Yes No Gross Receipts Tax on Electrical Power and Gas Gross Receipts Tax 35. Do you own or operate an electric or natural or manufactured gas (LP gas is excluded) utility distribution facility in Florida? If yes, select the type of utility facility: Electric Natural or manufactured gas 36. Do you import natural or manufactured gas (LP gas is excluded) into Florida for your own use? DR-1 R. 01/22 Page 12 of 15 Severance Taxes Severance Taxes and Miami-Dade County Lake Belt Fees 37. Do you extract oil, gas, sulfur, solid minerals, phosphate rock, lime rock, sand, or heavy minerals from the soils or waters of Florida? Yes No If yes, select each extraction activity that you will engage in: Extracting oil for sale, transport, storage, profit, or commercial use Extracting gas for sale, transport, profit, or commercial use Extracting sulfur for sale, transport, storage, profit, or commercial use Extracting solid minerals, phosphate rock, or heavy minerals from the soil or water for commercial use Extracting lime rock or sand from within the Miami-Dade County Lake Belt Area (see section 373.4149, Florida Statutes, for boundary description) Enrollment to File and Pay Tax Electronically Filing and paying electronically is quick, easy, and secure at floridarevenue.com/taxes/eservices. You can electronically file and pay most taxes, fees and surcharges. Marketplace providers and persons making a substantial number of remote sales (total of taxable remote sales in the previous calendar year exceeds $100,000) must file and remit tax electronically. You may choose to enroll to file or pay tax electronically. Enrolling allows you to view your payment history, reprint your payment information, and view bills posted to your account. Your bank account and contact information are saved for future transactions. If you enroll using this application, you will receive a user ID and password for each tax account created based on the information you provide. Each account will have the same contact, banking, and payment method. After you receive your user ID and password, you may log into each tax account and change the contact, banking, and method of payment information. File and Pay Electronically If you choose not to file returns or pay tax electronically, proceed to the Authorization for Email Communication section. 38. Do you wish to: (select only one) Enroll for both filing returns and paying tax electronically? Enroll only to pay tax electronically? File returns and pay tax electronically without enrolling? 39. If you are enrolling, select only one electronic payment method. ACH-Debit (e-check) – The Department's bank withdraws a payment from your bank account when you authorize the payment. ACH-Credit – Your bank transfers a payment to the Department's bank account when you authorize the bank to make the payment. This is not a credit card payment. You are responsible for any costs charged by your bank to use this payment method. 40. Contact Person for Electronic Payments: Name: Telephone #: Ext: Fax #: Mailing address: City / State / ZIP: A company employee Payroll agent Email address: A non-related tax preparer Federal Preparer Tax Identification Number (PTIN): DR-1 R. 01/22 Page 13 of 15 Enrollment to File and Pay Tax Electronically (continued) 41. Contact Person for Electronic Return Filing (If different than contact person for electronic payments.) Name: Telephone #: Ext: Fax #: Mailing address: City / State / ZIP: A company employee Payroll agent Email address: A non-related tax preparer 42. Banking Information (not required for ACH-Credit payment method): Bank / financial institution name: Bank account number: Federal Preparer Tax Identification Number (PTIN): Account type: Business Checking Personal Savings Bank Routing Number: File and Pay Electronically |: :| 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. 43. 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 sections 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 section 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. Printed name: Signature: ___________________________________ Title: Date: Printed name: Signature: ___________________________________ Title: (If account requires two signatures) Date: DR-1 R. 01/22 Page 14 of 15 Authorization for Email Communication Email Communication Your privacy is important to the Department of Revenue. The Department will mail information regarding this application to you. If you wish to receive the information in an email, a written request from you is required. This request allows the Department to send information using its secure email software. This software requires additional steps before you can access the information. Complete this section to receive information about this application by secure email. I authorize the Department to send information regarding this Application using the Florida Department of Revenue's secure email. I understand that this method requires additional steps to view the information provided. Provide the name and contact information of the person who can respond to questions about this Application. Name: Telephone #: Check if # is outside U.S. #: ext: Email address: Applicant Declaration and Signature Applicant Declaration and Signature I understand that any person who is required to collect, truthfully account for, and pay any tax, fee, or surcharge, and willfully fails to do so, or any officer or director of a corporation who directs any employee of the corporation to do so, is personally liable for the tax, fee, or surcharge evaded, not accounted for, or paid to the Florida Department of Revenue, plus a penalty equal to twice the amount of the tax, fee, or surcharge due that is evaded, not accounted for, or paid. (Section 213.29, Florida Statutes.) I understand that, in addition to any other civil penalties provided by law, it is a criminal offense to fail or refuse to collect a required tax, fee, or surcharge; to fail to timely file a tax, fee, or surcharge return; to underreport a tax, fee, or surcharge liability on a return; or to give a worthless check, draft, debit card order, or other order on a bank to transfer funds to the Florida Department of Revenue. I understand that I must notify the Florida Department of Revenue of any change in the form of ownership of this business or a change in business activities, location, mailing address, or contact information for this business. I certify that I am authorized by _________________________________ (Officer/Director) to execute this application. I understand that I will be creating a tax account that may result in the responsibility to file returns and to pay a tax, surtax, fee, or surcharge to the Florida Department of Revenue. Under penalties of perjury, I declare that I have read the foregoing Application and that the facts stated in it are true. Printed name: Title: Signature:________________________________________________________ Date: Before you submit your completed application Have you: Mail to: Account Management MS 1-5730 Provided your business identification numbers? Florida Department of Revenue Completed all sections of this application? 5050 W Tennessee St Signed and dated this application? Tallahassee FL 32399-0160 Included all additional applications, if required? DR-1 R. 01/22 Page 15 of 15 Contact Us You may also bring your completed application to your nearest taxpayer service center. To find a taxpayer service center near you, visit floridarevenue.com/taxes/servicecenters. Information, forms, and tutorials are available on the Department's website at floridarevenue.com. To speak with a Department representative, call Taxpayer Services at 850-488-6800, Monday through Friday, excluding holidays. Subscribe to Receive Updates by Email Visit floridarevenue.com/dor/subscribe to sign up to receive an email when the Department posts: • Tax Information Publications (TIPs) For written replies to tax questions, write to: Taxpayer Services MS 3-2000 Florida Department of Revenue 5050 W Tennessee St Tallahassee FL 32399-0112 • Proposed rules, including notices of rule development workshops and emergency rulemaking • Due date reminders for reemployment tax and sales and use tax 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 RTS-1S Report to Determine Succession and Application For Transfer of Experience Rating Records Rule 73B-10.037, F.A.C. Form DR-1S Registration Application for Secondhand Dealers and Secondary Metals Recyclers Rule 12A-17.005, F.A.C. Form DR-18 Application for Amusement Machine Certificate Rule 12A-1.097, F.A.C. Form DR-16A Application for Self-Accrual Authority/Direct Pay Permit Sales and Use Tax Rule 12A-1.097, F.A.C. GT-400401 Registration Package for Motor Fuel and/or Pollutants, includes the following forms: Form DR-156 Florida Fuel or Pollutants Tax Application Rule 12B-5.150, F.A.C. Form DR-600 Enrollment and Authorization for e-Services Rule 12-24.011, F.A.C. Form DR-157W Bond Worksheet Instructions Rule 12B-5.150, F.A.C. Form DR-157 Fuel or Pollutants Tax Surety Bond Rule 12B-5.150, F.A.C. Form DR-157A Assignment of Time Deposit Rule 12B-5.150, F.A.C. Form DR-157B Fuel or Pollutants Tax Cash Bond Rule 12B-5.150, F.A.C. Form RTS-6061 Independent Contractor Analysis Rule 73B-10.037, F.A.C. Form DR-700030 Application for Self-Accrual Authority/Direct Pay Permit Rule 12A-19.100, F.A.C. Form DR-700012 Application for Certification of Communications Services Database Rule 12A-19.100, F.A.C. Form DR-700020 Notification of Method Employed to Determine Taxing Jurisdiction 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).
Additional forms are available for a wide variety of specific entities and transactions including fiduciaries, nonprofits, and companies involved in other specific types of business.
Historical Past-Year Versions of Florida Form DR-1
We have a total of eight past-year versions of Form DR-1 in the TaxFormFinder archives, including for the previous tax year. Download past year versions of this tax form as PDFs here:
DR-1 - Doug R. 01-22 Fillable ER version.pdf
DR-1 R. 01-18.indd
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