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Businesses with an annual transaction privilege tax and use tax liability of $500 or more during the prior calendar year are required to file and pay electronically. Failure to comply with the electronic filing and payment requirements may result in penalties.
There are the three general types of sales taxes: Seller (vendor) privilege taxes. These taxes are imposed on retailers for the privilege of making retail sales in the state. Consumer excise (sales) taxes. A consumer sales tax is imposed on the person who makes retail purchases in the state. Retail transaction taxes.
TPT filing frequency is determined by the amount of a business total estimated annual combined Arizona, county and municipal TPT liability. Businesses who would like to change their filing frequency can download and complete the Business Account Update Form and mail it to the address on the form.
Only tax returns for Transaction Privilege Tax (TPT), Use Tax and Withholding Tax can be filed using Information for filing your electronic Individual Income or Small Business Income Tax is available on the E-File Services tab on .
8.6% Sales Tax Chart - Combined (State of Arizona + Maricopa County +​ City of Phoenix) tax due on Retail Sales from $0.01 to $100.00. 8.3% Sales Tax Chart Combined (State of Arizona + Maricopa County + City of Phoenix) tax due on Retail Sales from $0.01 to $100.
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Arizona has a graduated individual income tax, with rates ranging from 2.59 percent to 4.50 percent. Arizona has a 4.90 percent corporate income tax rate, a 5.60 percent state sales tax rate, a max local sales tax rate of 5.60 percent, and a 8.40 percent combined state and local sales tax rate.
Arizona Revised Statutes (A.R.S.) 42-5014 states that Form TPT-1 is due on the 20th day of the month following the month (or other reporting period) in which the tax is collected or accrued. (This date is used for the computation of penalties or interest that applies to returns or payments that are filed late.)
The Arizona (AZ) state sales tax rate is currently 5.6%. Depending on local municipalities, the total tax rate can be as high as 11.2%.
Arizona transaction privilege tax (TPT), commonly referred to as a sales tax, is a tax on vendors for the privilege of doing business in the state. Various business activities are subject to transaction privilege tax and must be licensed.
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