Chinese authorities have now ordered Ms Fan and the companies she controls to pay around 883 million yuan ($129m) in taxes, fines and penalties.
As a first-time offender, she will not face criminal prosecution if she pays the fine by an undisclosed deadline.
The tax bureau in the eastern coastal province of Jiangsu delivered its judgment to Ms Fan on Sunday, levying fines of more than 596 million yuan for tax evasion and assessing overdue taxes of more than 288 million yuan, Xinhua said.
It's unclear where Fan has been since her last social media post on June 2 and her last public appearance in July.
Her agent was detained for allegedly obstructing the investigation by ordering evidence destroyed and concealing accounting documents. "Without the [Communist] party and the state's good policies, without the love from the people, there would be no Fan Bingbing".
Various companies related to the actress suffered the same issues and were ordered to pay around $42 million in late taxes and fees, plus an $86 million fine. "I have failed society's trust, and I have failed the love of my fans". China's biggest star has not been seen in public for more than two months, and her disappearance is raising questions about the Chinese justice system. Hours after the news broke, she posted a letter in which she apologized for tax evasion.
However, Fan - who earned around £33million last year - previously denied any wrongdoing.
Fan Bingbing, the Chinese actress who has been missing for three months, has broken her silence with a groveling apology to the Chinese government, which has reportedly fined her $129 million in overdue taxes and fines. The contracts alleged that Fan exploited a double-billing system, known as "yin yang contracts", to earn $7.5 million for a 2003 film while only paying taxes on $1.5 million.
The actress said: "For a while, due to my not understanding the relationship between benefits of the country, society, and individual, I and others took advantage of a "split contract" to avoid tax problems, and I am deeply ashamed". In September, Beijing Normal University and the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences gave 100 television and film personalities "social responsibility rankings". Fan portrayed the character of Blink in X-Men: Days of Future Past.
Fan is known as China's highest-paid actor, with an income of 300 million yuan in 2017.