Starting with the current filing season, taxpayers receiving the Form 1099-G, which serves as a confirmation of the previous year’s state tax refund, will be able to go online to access and print the form.
Effective January 31, taxpayers will be able to download and print their Form 1099-G by going to www.AZTaxes.gov, clicking on the “View My 1099-G” link and providing the necessary information.
Beginning January 22, 2018, the Arizona Department of Revenue’s (ADOR) new transaction privilege tax (TPT) Residential Rental e-solution for property management companies (PMCs) goes live for the January 2018 filing period.
The Arizona Department of Revenue’s new transaction privilege tax (TPT) electronic filing program for property management companies (PMCs) goes into effect next month.
Starting with the January 2018 filing period, PMCs will be able to file and pay transaction privilege tax on behalf of their clients using the new electronic filing program. Property management companies (PMCs) began registering for the new program in November.
Arizona Department of Revenue (ADOR) is making it easier for consumers to submit use tax to the Department by creating the Arizona Individual Consumer Use Tax Payment Voucher.
Individuals are required to pay use tax on out-of-state purchases for your personal use and paid no tax, or paid another State’s sales tax, or excise tax, at a rate that is less than the Arizona use tax rate.
Effective Nov. 17, 2017, property management companies (PMCs) can begin registering for the new Residential Rental Bulk Upload Program. Starting with the January 2018 filing period, PMCs will be able to file and pay transaction privilege tax (TPT) on behalf of their clients using the new electronic filing program.
PHOENIX – Arizona residents who buy cars out-of-state now have a much easier way to pay the city and state use taxes.
Working with the Arizona Department of Revenue, the Arizona Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Division is now able to accept these payments when the buyer registers his or her vehicle at an MVD or Authorized Third Party office.
In the U.S. today, an individual becomes a victim to identity theft every two seconds, and nearly 88 percent of victims report ID thieves collected sensitive information from their trash. To help local taxpayers safeguard their identities, the Arizona Department of Revenue (ADOR) and Arizona Attorney General’s Office (AZAG) are teaming up to host the “Protect Your Identity” Shred-A-Thon from 8 a.m. to noon on Oct. 28, 2017.
The Arizona Department of Revenue today informs taxpayers the tax year 2017 annual inflation adjustments for Arizona standard deductions, personal exemptions, and the X & Y tax table. The tax year 2017 adjustments generally are used on tax returns filed in 2018.
2017 Arizona Standard Deduction, Personal Exemption, X & Y Tax Table
What are the 2017 Arizona standard deduction amounts?