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2005 Florida Statutes
Unemployment tax collection services; interagency agreement.
443.1316 Unemployment tax collection services; interagency agreement.--
(1) The Agency for Workforce Innovation shall contract with the Department of Revenue, through an interagency agreement, to perform the duties of the tax collection service provider and provide other unemployment tax collection services under this chapter. Under the interagency agreement, the tax collection service provider may only implement:
(a) The provisions of this chapter conferring duties upon the tax collection service provider.
(b) The provisions of law conferring duties upon the Agency for Workforce Innovation which are specifically delegated to the tax collection service provider in the interagency agreement.
(2)(a) The Department of Revenue is considered to be administering a revenue law of this state when the department implements this chapter, or otherwise provides unemployment tax collection services, under contract with the Agency for Workforce Innovation through the interagency agreement.
(b) Sections 213.018, 213.025, 213.051, 213.053, 213.055, 213.071, 213.10, 213.2201, 213.23, 213.24(2), 213.27, 213.28, 213.285, 213.37, 213.50, 213.67, 213.69, 213.73, 213.733, 213.74, and 213.757 apply to the collection of unemployment contributions and reimbursements by the Department of Revenue unless prohibited by federal law.
(c) Notwithstanding s. 216.346, the Department of Revenue may charge no more than 10 percent of the total cost of the interagency agreement for the overhead or indirect costs, or for any other costs not required for the payment of the direct costs, of providing unemployment tax collection services.
History.--s. 56, ch. 2002-218; s. 36, ch. 2003-36; s. 27, ch. 2003-254.