Solved: Florida income tax - I filed the DR form for services and nothing was populated on it. It's for transcription that I did in 2018. Will sending it in hurt me any?
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littleharp
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Florida income tax - I filed the DR form for services and nothing was populated on it. It's for transcription that I did in 2018. Will sending it in hurt me any?

Apparently I didn't need to file a DR-405 for Florida since my income was through transcription and there for a service. Will sending in the DR-405 in any way hurt me or cause issues? What are the potential things that can or will happen? 

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tagteam
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Florida income tax - I filed the DR form for services and nothing was populated on it. It's for transcription that I did in 2018. Will sending it in hurt me any?

"Will sending it in hurt me any?"

It will generally not hurt and, in fact, will ensure you receive a $25,000 exemption in the future (i.e., you will never have to file again unless and until the tangible personal property used in your business exceeds $25,000).

However, a few counties have different procedures for filing the DR-405, including mandatory online filing and customized reporting forms.You should contact your county property appraiser for further information (see link below).

http://floridarevenue.com/property/Pages/LocalOfficials.aspx 

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tagteam
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Florida income tax - I filed the DR form for services and nothing was populated on it. It's for transcription that I did in 2018. Will sending it in hurt me any?

"Will sending it in hurt me any?"

It will generally not hurt and, in fact, will ensure you receive a $25,000 exemption in the future (i.e., you will never have to file again unless and until the tangible personal property used in your business exceeds $25,000).

However, a few counties have different procedures for filing the DR-405, including mandatory online filing and customized reporting forms.You should contact your county property appraiser for further information (see link below).

http://floridarevenue.com/property/Pages/LocalOfficials.aspx 

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