USA State Payroll Rates + Resources: State of Florida: Unemployment Insurance Reporting & Payments


The purpose of this documentation is to outline the processes and requirements associated with Unemployment Insurance Reporting & Payments to the proper authorities in the state of Florida.

Unemployment Insurance Reporting & Payments

Employers are required to file their current year RT-6 reports and pay tax electronically on the MyFlorida website if they employed 10 or more employees in any quarter during the most recent state fiscal year (July through June).

The electronic file and payment option is available to all taxpayers, not just those who are required to electronically file and pay.

Each quarter, a preprinted Employer’s Quarterly Report (RT-6) is mailed to each liable employer who does not file and pay electronically.

Employer's Quarterly Report (RT-6) must be submitted by the end of the month following the calendar quarter for which the report is due:

QuarterMonths in QuarterDue Date
1st Quarter
January - March
April 30th
2nd Quarter
April - June
July 31st
3rd Quarter
July - September
October 31st
4th Quarter
October - December
January 31st

If the payment date falls on a Saturday, Sunday, or legal holiday, the taxpayer must initiate the electronic transaction on the preceding business day. See the Florida eServices Calendar of Electronic Payment Deadlines (DR-659)

For further details, see the Florida's Employer Guide to Reemployment Tax.  


Electronic payments must be initiated, and confirmation received, no later than 5:00 p.m., ET, on the business day prior to the payment due date to be considered timely. 

Good to Know!

The 2022 Florida taxable wage base is $7,000 and the new employee rate is 2.7%.