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The Arizona Department of Revenue (ADOR) staff strives to ensure return preparers file complete and accurate income tax returns.
The following program requirements will help with the process.
Tax preparers are responsible for ensuring they comply with all applicable laws. Per Arizona Revised Statute § 42-1103.03, ADOR can suspend a return preparer from participating in the electronic filing program if staff determines the electronic return preparer has failed to comply with the electronic filing program requirements as outlined under the following Arizona Revised Statutes:
Additionally, Arizona Revised Statute § 42-1103.01 authorizes ADOR to apply to the tax court to enjoin any return preparer from engaging in business if the return preparer has engaged in other fraudulent or deceptive conduct that substantially interferes with the administration of title 42 or 43.
Violations of the electronic filing requirements include, but are not limited to:
The above list of actions or omissions that may qualify as violations of the electronic program is for illustration purposes only. Other situations not listed may also qualify as violations of the program.
See GTP 20-1
This form is to certify the truthfulness, correctness and completeness of the taxpayer’s electronic income tax return. The Electronic Return Originator (ERO) utilizes this form to affirm that the taxpayer wishes to use the taxpayer’s electronic signature from the taxpayer’s federal individual income tax return as the taxpayer’s signature for the taxpayer’s electronic Arizona individual income tax return.
This form is incorportated within the taxpayer's e-filed return package when using a software vendors, and not to be used by a tax preparer when filing paper. This form can only be obtained when e-filing a return through a software vendor.
Do not mail this form to the Arizona Department of Revenue. The ERO must retain this document a minimum of four years.