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Phoenix, AZ—Tax season can be overwhelming for individuals and families with errors causing processing delays leading to frustration. For most taxpayers, following these tips may help make it easier

Phoenix, AZ—This tax season, the Arizona Department of Revenue (ADOR) is adding Form 1099-MISC to its online portal to search, download, and print 1099 forms, alongside Form 1099-G, through www

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Under Arizona tax law, residents are taxed on the same income reported for federal income tax purposes, and subject to specific modifications allowed.

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Various business activities are subject to transaction privilege tax (TPT), which is a privilege of doing business in Arizona, and must be licensed.

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