No registration is required to make a payment for Individual Income or Small Business Income Tax; this includes payment for Estimated Income Tax, payment for E-Filed returns, payment for Extension filed and an unpaid income tax liability.
NOTE: To register, you are required to have an Employer Identification Number (EIN) for your business. To obtain an EIN contact the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) or you can apply online at www.irs.gov
NOTE: A change to a business name typically indicates a change in ownership which will require a new TPT license. To file for a new TPT license, complete form JT-1 (Joint Tax Application), available in the Forms section for Transaction Privilege Tax (TPT) on www.azdor.gov.
Final Return (Cancel License)
License and RegistrationAZDOR1600 W MonroePhoenix, AZ 85038
Please fill out the following sections in order to update the primary user:
Once you have completed the form mail to:Arizona Department of RevenuePO Box 29032Phoenix, AZ 85038-9032
NOTE: To avoid penalty you must pay 90% of the tax liability by the original due date of April 15 (or that tax year's Tax Day). You can make an extension payment online by using the Make an Individual or Small Business Income Payment option on www.AZTaxes.gov. For Payment Type select 204 or 204-SBI, for proper application of your extension payment.
NOTE: To register, you are required to have an Employer Identification Number (EIN) for your business. To obtain an EIN contact the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) or you can apply online at www.irs.gov. Once registered, you will use your EIN to report and pay Arizona withholding taxes.
License And RegistrationArizona Dept. of Revenue1600 W. MonroePhoenix, AZ 85007
If you wish, you may visit one of our office locations and complete a JT-1 application in person, pay the fees and receive your license. Our offices close at 5:00pm and it will take some time to process your application. Therefore, we encourage you to arrive at least 45 minutes prior to closing.
Transaction Privilege Tax (TPT) is due and payable monthly. A taxpayer who has an annual liability of taxes between $2,000 and $8,000 may pay such taxes on a quarterly basis. Any taxpayer whose estimated annual liability for taxes is $2,000 or less may pay such taxes on an annual basis. If your annual liability exceeds $8,000 you must file and pay on a monthly basis.
If you are currently filing quarterly or annually and you wish to change your filing frequency to monthly, please complete the Business Account Update form or contact License and Registration at (602) 255-3381. Only current owner or officers listed on the license can make this request.
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For returns filed prior to June 2016:
your recently filed Transaction Privilege and Use Tax Return
Note: Only recent returns are available for printing; older returns are archived. Contact Customer Care for copies of returns not listed in your Messages.
Registration is not required for persons who want to make Individual Income or Small Business Income tax payments for their Estimated Tax Payment, Payment of tax for E-Filed returns, Extension Payment and Tax Liability Payment. Use the Make an Individual or Small Business Income Payment link on the homepage of www.AZTaxes.gov.
Upon receiving your Username and Password, you can then sign in to your corporate account and select Pay, then select Corporate Payment from the menu.
Upon receiving your Username and Password, you can then sign in to your corporate account and select “Pay”, then “Corporate Payment” from the menu.
Registration is not required for persons who want to make Individual Income or Small Business Income tax payments for their Estimated Tax Payment, Payment of tax for E-Filed returns, Extension Payment and Tax Liability Payment.
A $3.50 convenience fee to make a tax payment will apply to the following cards: Visa branded Consumer debit card.
Note: To determine if you have a Visa Corporate debit card or a Visa Consumer branded debit card, please contact your financial institution that issued the card.
Note: This ACH Debit option is only available to business customers.
Note: If the payment was submitted after the designated time or deadline for timely receipt on that date, the payment will post the business day following the settlement date.
Note: Depending on the date of withdrawal (settlement date) you set for your payment, there may be a delay of up to three days before it is reflected in your AZTaxes Account Balance.
There are two ways to cancel your payment:
Note: Direct deposit cannot be made to a foreign account. Instead, a refund will be issued in the form of a check.
ADOR will provide you a Form 1099-G if:
The Arizona Department of Revenue is now making Form 1099-G available online at www.aztaxes.gov. Beginning with the 2017 form available in 2018, the Department will no longer automatically mail the Form 1099-G. This change will save Arizona in printing and mailing costs each year, in addition to keeping sensitive information from being mailed to old addresses and allowing a person to access and download their form as soon as it’s available. If you do not have a computer or cannot access the internet you can Contact Us to request a copy of your Form 1099-G.
Note: Form 1099-G Statements for Unemployment Insurance Benefits are not issued by the Department of Revenue. They are issued by the Department of Economic Security.
If you are receiving a message, "We are unable to locate any records using the information you provided. Please review the information.", verify you itemized on your federal return and received a state refund. Due to tax changes at the federal level, you may have not itemized last year. If these two are true, Contact Us
The Arizona Department of Economic Security will provide Form 1099-G for unemployment insurance benefits, not the Arizona Department of Revenue.
The Arizona Department of Economic Security will provide Form 1099-G for Pandemic Unemployment Assistance, not the Arizona Department of Revenue. ,/p>
If you were issued an Arizona Form 1099-G for Unemployment Insurance (UI) or Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA) benefits, but you never applied for UI or PUA, please submit a report to the Department of Economic Security. The Arizona Department of Economic Security will need to send a corrected 1099-G to the IRS and you to adjust your unemployment compensation income. The amount of unemployment compensation reported on the federal income tax return flows-through as part of the taxpayer's federal adjusted gross income, which is the starting point for Arizona income taxes. Taxpayers who cannot obtain a timely, corrected form should still file an accurate tax return, reporting only the income they received. A corrected Form 1099-G showing zero unemployment benefits in cases of identity theft will help taxpayers avoid being hit with an unexpected tax bill.
If you were issued an Arizona Form 1099-G for benefits, but you never applied for or received the income, please submit a report to the Department of Economic Security. The Arizona Department of Economic Security will need to send a corrected 1099-G to the IRS and you to adjust your unemployment compensation income. Taxpayers who cannot obtain a timely, corrected form should still file an accurate tax return, reporting only the income they received. A corrected Form 1099-G showing zero unemployment benefits in cases of identity theft will help taxpayers avoid being hit with an unexpected tax bill.
You will receive a Form 1099-G from the agency you received the compensation from so you may report it on your tax return.
The Arizona Department of Economic Security will provide Form 1099-G for Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PAU) and unemployment insurance benefits (UI).
ADOR provides a Form 1099-G for taxpayers that itemized on their federal return and received an Arizona income tax refund.
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