The Arizona Department of Revenue (ADOR) offers several options to meet tax obligations and obtain information from the comfort of a person's home.
Individual Income Tax
ADOR encourages our customers to use electronic file and pay options. Taxpayers can view a list of software providers certified to submit electronically filed returns with the department.
The Arizona Free File Alliance offers a free file program to Arizona taxpayers who meet certain criteria.
The AZTaxes.gov website is equipped for paying state individual income taxes under the “Make a Payment” link.
Taxpayers needing more time to get their taxes done can file for an automatic six-month extension by filling out Form 204. Taxpayers who filed an extension with the Internal Revenue Service do not have to do so with the state, but need to check the Filing Under Extension box 82F on their Arizona tax returns when they file.
For frequently asked questions for tax season, small business income, and where's my refund, see a full list of questions and answers here.
Taxpayers can pay their liability in full or make partial payments at www.AZTaxes.gov. However, if there is an issue with making a payment, taxpayers can request a monthly installment plan through AZTaxes.gov.
Collections can be reached at (602) 542-5551 or (520) 628-6409 in Southern Arizona.
Corporate Income Tax
Corporations needing guidance can visit our Corporate Income Tax page at https://azdor.gov/businesses-arizona/corporate-income-tax.
Corporations that plan to prepare their own income tax returns and electronically file should check our Approved Vendors List as vendors get verified and approved to e-file returns.
Property tax in Arizona is assessed and administered in each individual county by the county assessor. Property taxes are paid to the county treasurer’s office. Contact the county treasurer where the property is located for payment options and online services.
Transaction Privilege Tax
Businesses can register, file, and pay transaction privilege tax on AZTaxes.gov. Tips and online resources for filing and paying online can be accessed at https://azdor.gov/transaction-privilege-tax/quick-reference.
ADOR holds unclaimed property as a custodian for the rightful owner. Customers entitled to assets they have forgotten or are unaware of them can do a free search and make a claim by going to www.azdor.gov and clicking on the Unclaimed Property tab.
ADOR Live Chat is available Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. to answer inquiries for general questions and offers navigational guides in real time.
Customers seeking information on particular private taxpayer matters or confidential account information can speak to our Customer Care at (602) 255-3381 or 800-352-4090.
ADOR has several social media networks to receive tips and guidance on tax-related topics. ADOR can only help with general questions and may direct taxpayers to seek help through other resources.
Printable Resource and Information Cards
Aircraft Use Tax
Applying for a TPT License
AZTaxes Individual Services
AZTaxes Business Services
Checking Refund Status and Paying Individual Income Tax Using AZTaxes.gov
County Excise Taxes on Commercial Leases
Form 140PTC, Property Tax Refund Credit
License Compliance Program
PMC Onboarding Checklist
Transient Lodging in Arizona
Unlicensed Motor Vehicle Dealers
Voluntary Disclosure Program
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