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News Release: ARIZONA DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE REMINDER: ONLY A FEW DAYS REMAINING TO FILE 2016 INDIVIDUAL INCOME TAXES
The deadline to file 2016 state individual income taxes is midnight, April 18th and most taxpayers are taking advantage of the benefits of electronically filing their returns. Electronic filing benefits include being easier, more secure, faster processing and having refunds issued more quickly than paper returns.
Thursday, April 13, 2017
News Release: DEADLINE TO FILE INDIVIDUAL INCOME TAXES COMING UP AND ARIZONA DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE HAS SUITE OF SUPPORT PROGRAMS
The deadline to file 2016 individual income taxes is April 18th and the Arizona Department of Revenue has a number of support resources in place to assist taxpayers.
Thursday, April 06, 2017
"Where's My Refund?" Update
The Department of Revenue is working as quickly as possible to process income tax refunds. However, please be advised:

  • If you filed electronically and chose direct deposit, you can expect your refund within 12 business days* of the return acceptance.
  • If you filed a paper return, you can expect your refund within 6-8 weeks* of the date you filed.

*Some tax returns need extra review for accuracy and to protect taxpayers from fraud and identity theft and therefore extra processing time may be necessary.

You may check the status of your refund on AZTaxes.gov, Where’s My Refund. If you have not received your refund after the referenced time, please contact Arizona Department of Revenue staff at 602-255-3381 or toll-free from area codes 928 and 520, 1-800-352-4090.

As a reminder, the filing deadline to submit 2016 tax returns is Tuesday, April 18, 2017.

Wednesday, April 05, 2017

Tax Updates

TPT Tax Rate Table - May 2017
Archived TPT Rate Tables
4/20/2017 9:53:02 AM
TPT Update - April 2017

FILING YOUR TPT RETURN

Centralized reporting and paying now makes it easier to file one return per Arizona Department of Revenue (ADOR) transaction privilege tax (TPT) license. Beginning with your January 2017 activity filed in February 2017, businesses must now file all their TPT activity with ADOR. Previously taxpayers with activity in non-program cities would file with that city and with ADOR. Do not file separate city returns for current activity.

Archived TPT Updates

4/14/2017 9:17:40 AM
Model City Tax Code Changes
Click here to view recent and proposed changes to the Model City Tax Code and City Rates
8/28/2016 3:38:54 PM

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