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Important Information When Municipalities Pass Tax Rate Changes
The Arizona Department of Revenue’s focus is on serving our customers, so the Agency feels it is important to provide awareness as to why there is sometimes a difference between the Department updating a rate change in its tax tables and the taxing jurisdiction.
The Department has an agreement in place with municipalities, which includes a process for when there is a tax rate change by any city or town, there is a 60-day period before implementation. This way our customers, Transaction Privilege Tax (TPT)-licensed businesses, have time to prepare for the tax rate change.
Increased Funding for Arizona Municipalities Under Arizona Department of Revenue’s Transaction Privilege Tax 2017 Distribution
It was a successful 2017 for 91 Arizona municipalities under the Arizona Department of Revenue’s (ADOR) transaction privilege tax (TPT) program.
In 2017, more than $2.7 billion in municipal TPT was collected and distributed to the participating cities and towns for local programs and services by ADOR.
The 14 cities that joined the TPT’s single point of administration and collection of business taxes in 2017 received in excess of $1.9 billion, a 6.3 percent increase from expectations at the start of last year.
ADOR Reminds Arizonans to Be On Alert For Scam Artists During Income Tax Filing Season
Tax-related scams and identity theft remain a serious issue all across the United States, so the Arizona Department of Revenue (ADOR) reminds taxpayers to remain vigilant in protecting their private information from scam artists wanting to steal their identities for fraudulent refunds during this tax filing season.
Arizona Department of Revenue encourages taxpayers to e-file
The Arizona Department of Revenue (ADOR) is now accepting electronically filed individual income tax returns for the 2017 tax year.
The deadline for taxpayers to file 2017 taxes is Tuesday, April 17. Officially, it is April 15, but with the date falling on the weekend and with Monday, April 16, being District of Columbia Emancipation Day in Washington D.C., the last day to file tax returns is the 17th of April.
Form 1099-G Tax Information To Be Available Online End of January
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.
New E-file Solution Kicks Off January 22 for the 2018 Filing Period
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.