In light of intermittent technical issues with the Department of Revenue’s AZTaxes.gov website, the department is providing additional support to assist business taxpayers in meeting their transaction privilege tax (TPT) obligations for the October reporting and paying period, due Wednesday, November 27.
For business taxpayers that use the AZTaxes.gov website to file and pay transaction privilege tax, the department is extending a penalty grace period for the October reporting period.
The penalty grace period is specific to the October filing and covers all applicable penalties, such as late filing, late payment and the electronic filing and payment mandates.
The department continues its current efforts to assist those impacted taxpayers to ensure they can electronically file and pay in a timely manner and as soon as possible for this period.
To assist remote sellers and marketplace facilitators, ADOR has established the E-Commerce Compliance and Outreach or ECCO team to assist them with any questions about the penalty grace period, as well as the licensing and registration process. The ECCO team can be reached Monday to Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (MST) by phone: 833-293-7253 (833-AZeSale) or by email: [email protected].
For all other TPT taxpayers, Arizona Department of Revenue representatives are available to answer questions and provide assistance by phone [(602) 255-3381] or by ADOR’s Live Chat feature at www.azdor.gov.
Friday, Nov. 22, 2019