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Request for Injured Spouse Protection from Application of Joint Overpayment Against Spouse's Delinquencies or Debts
A married taxpayer filing a joint return uses this form to apply directly to the department for protection of the injured spouse’s share of any Arizona income tax overpayment or refund from setoff for certain debts of the other spouse.
Itemized Deductions for Part-Year Resident with Nonresident Income Form
Individual part-year resident taxpayers, filing Form 140PY, who have Arizona sourced income during the period while a nonresident, are required to complete this form when electing to take itemized deductions and making adjustments to amounts of certain items reported on the taxpayer's federal Schedule A. These taxpayers must prorate a portion of their itemized deductions allowed for the part of the year while a nonresident.
Property Tax Refund (Credit) Claim Form -- Non-fillable Form
The Arizona Department of Revenue has moved the deadline for filing and paying state income taxes from April 15 to July 15, 2020 following direction by Governor Doug Ducey.
Form is used by qualified individuals to claim a refundable income tax credit for taxes paid on property located in Arizona that is either owned by or rented by the taxpayer. Taxpayer's claiming the property income tax credit, may also use this form to claim a credit for increased excise taxes.
The form is used by all individual taxpayers, regardless of filing status and form type (including partnerships and S corporations that filed a composite nonresident return on behalf of nonresident partners and shareholders) to change amounts reported on taxpayer's originally filed return or last amended income tax return.
Individual non-resident taxpayers, filing Form 140NR, are required to complete this form when electing to take itemized deductions and making adjustments to amounts of certain items reported on the taxpayer's federal Schedule A. As an Arizona non-resident any deduction taken must be prorated based on Arizona income to total income reported on the federal return.