One Month to Go for 2022 Income Tax Deadline
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.
- E-File - Visit the Department’s E-File Services page at https://azdor.gov/e-file-services to view the list of software providers certified to submit electronically filed returns with ADOR.
After you file:
- Choose Direct Deposit - Direct deposit is an easy and convenient way for you to get your refund. Direct deposit is available regardless of whether the return is filed electronically or by mail. If your bank account rejects the deposit, ADOR will send you a paper check.
- Where’s My Refund? - You can rapidly check on your Arizona tax refund status anytime by clicking the “Where’s My Refund?” link.
If you need more time to file, submit a Form 204 on or before April 18 to request an extension. As a reminder, an extension does not grant more time to pay taxes owed. If you have already been granted an extension through the IRS, you do not need to submit a separate State of Arizona extension request if you simply check the box on your return indicating the approved federal extension.
Visit ADOR’s website at https://azdor.gov/individual-income-tax-information for additional tax filing requirements, instructions, and important tax filing tips.
Individual income tax filers needing additional aid may qualify for free tax preparation assistance:
- Arizona Free File Alliance - Offers a free file program to Arizona taxpayers who meet specific criteria. Approximately 88,000 taxpayers used Free File software last year, saving themselves fees, costly errors, and receiving their refund quicker. Individuals must go through azdor.gov to ensure no fees are charged.
- AARP Foundation Tax-Aide Program - Delivers free support to individuals 50 and older who cannot afford a tax preparation service to file federal and Arizona returns. Program details can be found at www.aarp.org/money/taxes/aarp_taxaide.
- Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) - Provides free tax help to people who generally make $58,000 or less, persons with disabilities, and limited English-speaking taxpayers who need assistance in preparing their tax returns. Taxpayers can acquire about free preparation through VITA.
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Friday, March 18, 2022