Phoenix, AZ—Co-defendants Julie Meeker, Jimmie McBride, and Mother Bunch Brewing Inc. were ordered today to pay restitution and fines totaling nearly $657,000 for failing to pay transaction privilege

Phoenix, AZ—Edward Topping and Marites Topping agreed to probation, and to jointly pay nearly $202,500 in unpaid transaction privilege tax (TPT) and fines of $7,500 to the Arizona Department of

Phoenix, AZ—The Arizona Department of Revenue (ADOR) presents a variety of free filing services for taxpayers this tax filing season. Taxpayers are strongly encouraged to e-file and direct deposit

PHOENIX—Jermaine Lewter was sentenced to the Arizona Department of Corrections for a term of one and a half years for failing to file an Arizona Individual Income Tax Return for his part in a

Phoenix—The Arizona Department of Revenue is encouraging taxpayers to practice due diligence when selecting a tax preparer this tax season. Whether you prepare your own return or hire a tax preparer

Phoenix, AZ—Form 1099-G is now available online to search, download, and print by going to www.AZTaxes.gov, clicking on the “View My 1099-G” link, and providing the necessary information.

The Arizona

ADOR Recommends Filing Electronically for Quicker Processing

The State of Arizona’s individual income tax filing season has launched and is now accepting electronically filed 2021 income tax returns

Michelle Schaefer was ordered today to pay restitution in the amount of $2,965, and a fine totaling $8,900 for operating a scheme of knowingly creating fictitious W-2’s with fabricated Arizona income

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, and annual returns are

Corporations, partnerships, S corporations, and fiduciaries are now able to electronically file their income taxes with the Arizona Department of Revenue (ADOR).

Before preparing tax returns