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Yes. However, the City of Casselberry issues both the City and County Business Tax Receipts.
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A Business Tax Receipt is a privilege granted by the City to engage in or manage any business, profession, or occupation.
You may apply for a Business Tax Receipt between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday at City Hall. The cost of a Business Tax Receipt will vary, depending on the type of business or service provided. If you make changes in the business, location, ownership, name, type of business operated, add a new type of business at the same location, a new application must be completed.
Initial Business Tax Receipts are valid from the date of issuance until September 30. Annual Business Tax Receipts are issued for one year, beginning October 1 and expire on September 30 of the following year. Business Tax Receipts not renewed by October 1 of each year become delinquent and are subject to a delinquent penalty. As a courtesy, the City mails renewal reminders in August. However, if the renewal reminder notice is not received, it is the responsibility of the licensee to ensure that their Business Tax Receipt is renewed prior to September 30 each year. Failure to receive a renewal reminder notice does not exempt licensee from paying any penalties for late payment.
A business which uses any name other than the owner's legal name or a properly registered corporate name, must register a fictitious name (also referred to as a DBA) with the State. Fictitious names can be registered using the Florida Department of State website.