To sign up with Square Payroll in Florida, you must provide your Florida Reemployment Tax Account Number and Reemployment Tax Rate.

Add Your Reemployment Tax Account Number to Square Payroll

You must have a Reemployment Tax Account Number to sign up with Square Payroll. This information is required for us to make state tax payments and filings on your behalf.

Don’t Have a Florida Reemployment Tax Account Number?

The easiest way to get a Reemployment Tax Account Number is to register for an online account with the Florida Department of Revenue (DOR). Once you successfully enroll, you’ll receive your seven-digit Reemployment Tax Account Number.

Alternatively, to speak with a representative with the DOR, you can call 800-352-3671 or your local DOR Taxpayer Service Center.

Can’t Locate Your Reemployment Tax Account Number?

To locate your Reemployment Tax Account Number:

  • If you are transitioning to Square Payroll from a different payroll provider (or have filed state payroll tax returns in the past), your Reemployment Tax Account Number can be found on any previously submitted quarterly tax filing (Form RT-6). The Reemployment Tax Account Number is a seven-digit number in the following format: XXXXXXX.
  • Call the DOR at 800-352-3671 or contact your local DOR Taxpayer Service Center.

If you need to update the Florida Reemployment Tax Account Number we have on file for you, please contact us.

Add Your Reemployment Tax Rate to Square Payroll

You must provide your Reemployment Tax Rate to Square Payroll so we can accurately calculate this tax. To locate your Reemployment Tax Rate:

  • Locate your rate on Form RT-20 — Reemployment Tax Rate Notice, which is sent by the DOR to all employers.
  • Call the DOR at 800-352-3671 or contact your local DOR Taxpayer Service Center.

If your Reemployment Tax Rate needs to be updated, please contact us.

For more information, read more on the DOR website.

Florida State Tax Details

Square Payroll processes the following per the frequency below to the listed state agencies:

Agency Name Frequency
Florida Department of Revenue (DOR) Unemployment Insurance Tax Payment Quarterly
Employer’s Quarterly Report (RT-6) Quarterly
New Hire Report Per New Employee

Review a full list of tax resources for all Square Payroll supported states.

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