Taxpayers can file now and schedule payments up until the deadline.
The Arizona Department of Revenue (ADOR) reminds transaction privilege tax filers that monthly, quarterly, or annual returns are due. Filing before the deadline is highly encouraged in the event assistance is required.
The Arizona Department of Revenue has reported for four consecutive fiscal years that no individual taxpayers have claimed the income tax credit for qualified employment of recipients of temporary assistance for needy families (TANF).
Pursuant to A.R.S. § 43-224, for taxable years 2021 and after, individual taxpayers will no longer be eligible for an individual income tax credit for:
Corporations, partnerships, S corporations, and fiduciaries can now electronically file their income taxes to the Arizona Department of Revenue (ADOR).
Legislation signed into law initiated a multi-year phase-in period for businesses required to file income tax returns electronically. The e-file option was introduced in 2020 for tax year 2019 and is now mandatory for corporations and partnerships for tax year 2020 returns (A.R.S. § 43-323(F)).
Identity thieves are always looking for new ways to scam or steal taxpayers’ identities, including phishing schemes, card-skimming devices, unsecure Wi-Fi networks, data breaches, computer viruses, unsafe smartphone apps, and hacking email accounts.
The Arizona Department of Revenue (ADOR) has continued providing information and support to Arizona taxpayers while protecting its customer's health and safety. Since March 2020, ADOR has enhanced and transferred services to online, videoconferences, phone calls, and virtual options.
Services did not cease when the pandemic hit Arizona.
Beginning January 1, 2021, businesses with an annual transaction privilege tax (TPT) and/or use tax liability of $500 or more during the prior calendar year will be required to file and pay electronically starting in February 2021 for the January reporting period.
The revised 2021 threshold of $500 is a change from the 2020 level of $5,000.
PHOENIX - On October 5, 2020, the State Grand Jury handed down a 17 count indictment against Jackie Marie Norton, the owner operator of PJ’s Café in Clifton, Arizona, alleging fraudulent schemes and artifices, failure to file TPT returns, and forgery for collecting transaction privilege taxes and payroll taxes from her customers and employees that she failed to remit to the Arizona Department of Revenue.