Phoenix, AZ—The Arizona Department of Revenue (ADOR) administers several offset programs that use an individual’s tax refund and applies it to outstanding tax liabilities and other state agency or municipality debts. ADOR offsets (holds back) as much of the refund needed to pay off overdue taxes owed by taxpayers and notifies them when this occurs.

ADOR may apply the tax refund to pay debts from:


Phoenix, AZ—Beginning April 1, the Arizona Department of Revenue (ADOR) will be sending renewal billing letters to businesses with overdue renewal fees. Renewals were due on January 1, 2022.

Taxpayers will no longer have the ability to renew on AZTaxes.gov, but can still pay the liability. Prompt compliance online can save both time and money.


Read the Department’s August 30, 2023 statement here.

Phoenix, AZ—Due to a recent Arizona Supreme Court decision, the Pinal County Transportation Tax has been invalidated. Beginning in April, the Pinal County combined tax rate for most businesses will decrease by .5%.


Phoenix, AZ—The Arizona Department of Revenue (ADOR) reminds small businesses they may elect to file a separate small business income tax return to report their share of Arizona small business gross income. As this is a new tax form, ADOR advises taxpayers of several helpful tips to ensure faster processing and eligibility.


Phoenix, AZ—Identity theft occurs year-round but the Arizona Department of Revenue (ADOR) advises taxpayers to be on heightened alert during tax season. Combating tax fraud is a high priority for the Department and works continuously to enact safeguards to protect the public from identity thieves and scammers.  


Phoenix, AZ–The Arizona Department of Revenue (ADOR) wants to remind you that income tax returns are due one month from today, on Monday, April 18, 2022.

ADOR encourages electronic filing and direct deposit as they are more secure, more efficient, and significantly faster–up to six times faster–than paper returns and checks when it comes to getting a refund.


Taxpayers can file now and schedule payments up until the deadline.

The Arizona Department of Revenue (ADOR) reminds transaction privilege tax filers that monthly returns are due.  Filing before the deadline is highly encouraged in the event assistance is required.


Phoenix, AZ—In our continuing efforts to serve and support Arizona’s taxpayers, ADOR’s Customer Care will be offering extended hours to assist individual filers this tax season starting on Monday, March 21.

While normal hours are 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, the expanded hours are listed below:


Phoenix, AZ—Homeowners who installed a solar energy device in their residential home during 2021 are advised to submit Form 310, Credit for Solar Energy Devices with their individual income tax return and Form 301, Nonrefundable Individual Tax Credits and Recapture.


Phoenix, AZ—The Arizona Department of Revenue (ADOR) offers common answers and assistance this tax season as filing taxes can be complex and may lead to questions and errors. ADOR encourages taxpayers to view the common answers during and after filing their tax return.

Finalizing Your Return


Phoenix, AZ—The Arizona Department of Revenue is issuing the following guidance for taxpayers who are affected by the recent Maricopa County Superior Court ruling striking down the surcharge imposed by Proposition 208.

Taxpayers Who Have Already Filed Don’t Need to Amend Their Returns


Phoenix, AZ—The Arizona Department of Revenue would like to remind taxpayers to verify that they are using the correct address when filing taxes to ensure they will receive important correspondence sent by the agency and any refunds they are due.


Phoenix, AZ—Santos Hernandez, owner-operator of Flash Auto Sales, was ordered today to pay restitution and fines totaling $115,622, and to serve three years of supervised probation, for Filing a False Return, a class 6 undesignated felony. Hernandez was accused of selling used cars to customers without paying the correct amount of tax due on those transactions.


First and second quarter Arizona estimated tax payments are not required in 2022 for partnerships or S corporations making the pass-through entity election under A.R.S. § 43-1014.