ADOR Announces 2018 Credit for Contributions Amounts
The Arizona Department of Revenue has confirmed the tax year 2018 annual inflation adjustments for credits for contributions to certified charities or school tuition organizations. The tax year 2018 credit for contributions are used on tax returns filed in 2019.
Qualifying Charitable Organizations and Qualifying Foster Care Charitable Organizations
Taxpayers can file now and schedule payments up until the deadline.
The Arizona Department of Revenue (ADOR) reminds monthly transaction privilege tax filers that returns are due.
Avoid the worry and hassle of mailing your return by using AZTaxes.gov, which is available at night and weekends. Our online filing and paying service is free, fast and easy — allowing payments to be scheduled up until the second to last business day.
To be in compliance with state law, you must file a return by its due date, even if there is no tax due for the filing period.
Residential Rental Property Owners and TPT Licensing
Every residential rental property owner is required to obtain an Arizona transaction privilege tax (TPT) license from the Arizona Department of Revenue (ADOR) for each location where residential rental income is taxable. This applies regardless if the owner rents the property themselves or employs a property management company.
Multiple locations may be licensed under a consolidated license number, provided the ownership is the same to allow filing of a single tax return.
PHOENIX – Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich and the Arizona Department of Revenue announced a State Grand Jury returned a 19-count indictment against Jalisco Corp aka Jalisco Auto Sales, and its owner-operator, Maria Gutierrez.
The indictment accuses Gutierrez of falsifying Jalisco Auto Sales’ transaction privilege or sales tax returns between January 1, 2015 and July 26, 2016, by underreporting the number of cars sold. It is alleged that Jalisco Auto Sales charged its customers for sales tax but failed to remit the collected taxes to the Arizona Department of Revenue.
New AZTaxes.gov linking features enhance TPT licensing for businesses
Arizona Department of Revenue (ADOR) is making it easier for businesses to link their transaction privilege tax (TPT) license to their AZTaxes.gov account. Businesses now can update their Primary and Delegate through Delegate Access Request (DAR) faster. ADOR always recommends that the Primary (or also known as “Security Administrator”) should be the owner or officer.
What’s New to AZTaxes.gov
Existing Users: You will notice improvements on the linking screens next time you log into your AZTaxes.gov account. Changes include:
Department of Revenue reminds Arizonans to be vigilant in protecting their identity
Identity theft remains a serious issue across the United States and the Arizona Department of Revenue (ADOR) is reminding taxpayers to be on alert for identity theft scam artists.
Thieves steal identities a number of different ways including using card-skimming devices, access through unsecure Wi-Fi, stealing mail, a data breach or hacking email accounts to obtain log-in passwords and financial data. They also use phishing schemes or use false pretenses to obtain personal information.
The meeting will be held on Monday, August 13, 2018 at 4:00 p.m.
Pursuant to ARS 38-431.02, notice is hereby given to the members of the Property Tax Oversight Commission and to general public that the Property Tax Oversight Commission will hold a public meeting on Monday, August 13, 2018 at 4:00 p.m. The meeting will be held in Conference Room 621 on the 6th Floor of the Department of Revenue Building, 1600 West Monroe, Phoenix, Arizona.
Effective August 3, 2018, new legislation (Senate Bill 1385) has created an additional option for taxpayers seeking to appeal a determination by the Arizona Department of Revenue (ADOR).
Except in cases involving individual income taxes, taxpayers with a pending appeal with the department may bypass an administrative hearing and appeal directly to the Arizona Board of Tax Appeals (BOTA) or Arizona Tax Court.
If you are a quarterly transaction privilege tax (TPT) filer, your April to June activity is due on your June return, filed in July. Remember you must file a return for each tax period even if no tax is due and/or no sales were made. We strongly encourage taxpayers to file and pay online via AZTaxes.gov for faster processing and fewer errors.