2024 Transaction Privilege Tax License Renewals Have Begun
With the fall, comes the season of Arizona Transaction Privilege Tax (TPT) License renewals. The Arizona Department of Revenue (ADOR) is mailing letters to businesses kicking off the renewal cycle for 2024 TPT licenses.
Renewal Due Date
The due date to renew a TPT license is January 1, 2024, and licenses are valid for one calendar year, from January 1 through December 31. Businesses licensed late in the calendar year will still need to be renewed for the following calendar year. Failure to renew, or renewals received after January 31 will incur penalties and/or late fees.
State law requires taxpayers with multiple business locations to renew their TPT license electronically (A.R.S. § 42-5014).
Use AZTaxes.gov to update business account information once the account is registered. Please allow up to four hours for updates to be completed and applied to the account. Account information updates must be performed before renewing a license.
Out-of-state businesses without a physical presence in Arizona must renew their TPT licenses if they have more than $100,000 in sales to Arizona customers in the current calendar year.
Marijuana excise tax licenses are not required to be renewed, but marijuana TPT licenses must be renewed each year.
How to renew your license on AZTaxes.gov.
Go to www.AZTaxes.gov.
Log in using your username and password.
Click “License Renewal” in the ‘Action’ section of your Business List or select “License Renewal” on the left-hand navigation bar.
(You will need the pertinent information for renewal, any changes, payment information, and your e-signature PIN.)
If you do not see the renewal option on AZTaxes, you may have not linked your user account to your TPT license or the primary user has not given you access to renew the license. See AZTaxes User Access for more information on primary and delegate users.
For further assistance on completing a license renewal through AZTaxes.gov, view our video tutorial.
The renewal fee is due at the time of renewal and can be paid via AZTaxes.gov with e-check or ACH Debit, if that option is already set up on the account. All fees are payable to ADOR, and include the license number and “Renewal 2024” on the payment.
Updating Owners and Officer Information
It is very important to update your owner/officer information before you renew to avoid delays in processing. If the owner/officer is not updated, ADOR will not be able to process requests due to the signer not being authorized.
If the business’ estimated annual combined Arizona, county, and municipal TPT liability is less than $2,000, consider adjusting the filing frequency to annually. If the annual filing change is made in 2023, the change will occur for the 2024 filing period. This reduces the possibility of delinquent returns and payments by decreasing the filing occurrences. If there are delinquencies on your business account, the filing frequency cannot be changed.
For more information and frequently asked questions, visit the TPT License Renewal page.