Make a Payment Online

Individual

To make a payment on individual Arizona income tax owed, taxpayers can either do so electronically or by mail. Taxpayers who file electronically can authorize an electronic funds withdrawal (direct debit) from a checking or savings account.

Individuals who have already filed a tax return and would like to make a payment can do so at www.AZTaxes.gov. Most major credit cards, including Visa or MasterCard branded debit cards, are accepted. Individuals who filed their returns but forgot to enclose payment can also make payments online by e-check or credit card under “Make an Individual/Small Business Income Payment” and “140V.”

See the step-by-step guide or tutorial for assistance on making an individual income tax payment. 

Can’t Pay?
Individuals who cannot pay the full amount owed when they file may ask to make monthly installment payments. To make this request, taxpayers must wait until ADOR processes their returns and send them an initial billing notice. 

Electronic payments can be made using AZTaxes.gov under the “Make an Individual/Small Business Income Payment” and “Liability”.

Filing an Extension
They can also make extension payments electronically at www.AZTaxes.gov using the “Make an Individual/Small Business Income Payment”  and “204”.

 

Corporate

To make a payment on corporate Arizona income tax owed, taxpayers can either do so electronically or by mail

 

Transaction Privilege Tax

Electronic payments can be done through AZTaxes.gov for transaction privilege tax (guest and registered accounts).

Businesses who have already filed a tax return and would like to make a payment can do so at www.AZTaxes.gov

Businesses can make a payment right after submitting their return or at a later date through AZTaxes and continue to the payment page through “Pay” in the side panel. 

Additionally, businesses can make a credit or debit card payment as a Guest using the Quick Payment Links menu on the AZTaxes homepage. Businesses need to know their license number and business mailing zip code.

Businesses are no longer required to login to their AZTaxes account to make a quick payment. Please note: Only registered business users can make an e-check payment. Service charges may apply.

See the tutorial for assistance on making a tax payment through AZTaxes.