Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights

The Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights is found in the Florida Constitution and reads, in part: “By general law the legislature shall prescribe and adopt a Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights that, in clear and concise language, sets forth taxpayers’ rights and responsibilities and government's responsibilities to deal fairly with taxpayers under the laws of this state.” Twenty-one rights are compiled in the statutory enactment by the Legislature, including the right to assistance from a Taxpayers’ Rights Advocate. Further information about the Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights is addressed in the Department brochure, Florida Taxpayer's Bill of Rights.

To learn more about Florida’s Taxpayers’ Rights Advocate, visit the Office of the Taxpayers' Rights Advocate webpage.