Tax Services is a unit of the Controller’s Office responsible for assisting and managing compliance with various Federal and State tax laws, rules and regulations and providing support for University of Florida staff navigating these tax laws. As a large, complex, and dynamic institution the University of Florida must monitor compliance with a number of tax laws. The Federal Internal Revenue Service and Florida Department of Revenue routinely make audits of universities. Failure to comply with the tax regulations that affect universities is not only costly, but can be harmful to the university’s image and prestige.
Tax Services is located in Suite 1250 of the East Campus Office Building.
Please call 352-294-7266 if you need assistance.
Tax Services maintains the e-mail address email@example.com to assist the UF community with tax-related questions. Please note, we are restricted from providing tax advice or personal income tax return assistance to employees or students.
|Social Security Wage Base||$160,200||$147,000||$142,800|
|Standard Deduction (Single)||$13,850||$12,950||$12,550|
|Standard Deduction (MFJ or QW)||$27,700||$25,900||$25,100|
|Standard Deduction (MFS)||$13,850||$12,950||$12,550|
|Standard Deduction (HOH)||$20,800||$19,400||$18,800|
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