2024 Florida State Tax Deadlines

Florida Individual Income Tax Filing deadlines and extensions for 2024.

If you are a resident or have been involved in significant business operations within Florida, then you might be required to file Florida State Taxes. We look at the most important tax deadlines and tax extensions for Florida in 2024.

Florida Business Tax Deadline Section

Florida Business Tax Deadlines for 2024

C Corporation

Florida C Corporation Tax Deadlines for 2024

Florida does not impose a state income tax on individuals, and this extends to C Corporations, meaning there are no specific corporate income tax filing requirements for C Corporations at the state level.

S Corporations and Partnerships

Florida S Corporation & Partnership Tax Deadlines for 2024

Similar to C Corporations, Florida does not impose a state income tax on S Corporations and Partnerships. However, they are subject to the Florida Annual Report filing requirements.

  • The Annual Report must be filed by May 1, 2024.

File Online with the Florida Department of State.

An annual report is not a tax return but is required for maintaining active status with the Department of State.

Extension to File Taxes in Florida for 2024

There is no extension for the payment of fees due with the Annual Report, as there are no specific income tax return filing requirements for these entities in Florida.

Florida Individual Tax Deadlines for 2024

Florida does not impose a state income tax on individuals. Therefore, there are no individual income tax filing deadlines or extension requirements in Florida.

Other Entity Types and Tax Deadlines

Limited Liability Companies (LLCs)

  • LLCs in Florida are required to file the Annual Report by May 1, 2024, to maintain their active status.

Trusts and Estates

  • Florida does not impose a state income tax on trusts or estates.

Farmer and Fisherman Taxes

  • Given Florida's lack of a state income tax, there are no specific deadlines for farmers or fishermen related to state income tax payments.


The material discussed on this page is meant for general illustration and/or informational purposes only and is not to be construed as investment, tax, or legal advice. You must exercise your own independent professional judgment, recognizing that advice should not be based on unreasonable factual or legal assumptions or unreasonably rely upon representations of the client or others. Further, any advice you provide in connection with tax return preparation must comply in full with the requirements of IRS Circular 230.

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