2013 State of Florida Unemployment (Re-employment) Tax Rates


How Much Do You Pay?

The initial tax rate for new employers is .0270 (2.7%). Beginning January 1, 2012 and continuing through 2013, the first $8,000 in wages paid to each employee during a calendar year is taxable. Any amount over $8,000 for the year is excess wages and is not subject to tax. Excess wages can never be greater than gross wages. (Taxable wages prior to January 1, 2012 remain at $7,000.)

 

Due Dates

An Employer’s Quarterly Report (Form UCT-6) is due the 1st day of the month following the end of each calendar quarter and is late if not postmarked by the last day of the month.

1st Quarter (January thru March)

due by April 30

 

2nd Quarter (April thru June)

due by July 31

 

3rd Quarter (July thru September)

due by October 31

 

4th Quarter (October thru December)

due by January 31

  

However, if the last day of the month is a Saturday, Sunday or legal holiday; the timely filing period is extended until the end of the next working day.

If you are making your payment by electronic funds transfer (EFT) or Internet, you must initiate the payment by 5:00 p.m. ET on the business day prior to the filing date(s) listed above for your payment to be considered timely.

Whether you are a paper or electronic filer, you can sign up to receive an e-mail every collection period, reminding you of the due date. 

Late filing penalty is charged at $25 per month or fraction of a month that a report is delinquent. Interest is charged at 1% per month on the unpaid tax from the original due date until the tax is paid.

 

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