Florida tax relief is available to taxpayers who have overpaid their taxes or are delinquent on their taxes. There are two main types of Florida tax relief: income-based and property-based. If you’re currently delinquent on your taxes you can seek a refund from the Internal Revenue Service. If,however,you believe that you’re not delinquent but you believe that you may be liable for back taxes,you can seek an extension from the Internal Revenue Service for a certain period of time (usually one year). The extension will be granted on the basis that you’ll be able to make the payments that you’re liable for.
There are a number of other Florida tax relief programs that may be available to you,including Earned Income Credit (EIC),Property Tax Abatement,and Penalty Abatement. EIC is usually available to low-income homeowners,while penalty abatement is available to people who have delinquent taxes on their home. In order to find out if you’re eligible for any of these programs,you need to either file an application with the state or take a look at your tax statements. It is important to remember that filing an application or looking at your tax statements is not a guarantee that you’ll get a Florida tax relief.
You should also keep in mind that although there are several Florida tax relief programs,not all of them are offered in every county. You should talk to a qualified real estate agent or tax accountant to find out what are your other options available to you. Most states have a website where you can find information on the various programs available to you. You can also call the tax office that handled your original tax return or the local state tax department to find out more about the various options available to you. Because there’s no tax lawyer or tax accountant who specializes in corporate income tax,it’s best to hire someone who has this background.