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Under the new Arizona law, a threshold has been established for remote sellers to pay TPT if their annual gross retail sales or income from online sales into Arizona is more than $200,000 in 2019, $150,000 in 2020 and $100,000 in 2021 and thereafter.
Must all contractors be licensed? Generally, if labor and materials exceed $1,000 OR a permit is required (regardless of the price of labor and materials), then a license is required.
In general, nonprofit organizations in Arizona are not exempt from the Transaction Privilege and Use Tax passed on by vendors. However, as vendors themselves, nonprofits in Arizona are generally exempt from the transaction privilege tax for retail sales.
Most Construction contractors (both primes and subs) must be licensed with the Arizona Registrar of Contractors; some exemptions apply. To become a licensed contractor, you must submit an application showing you have passed one or more written exams, met appropriate experience requirements, and have sufficient bonding.
Arizona Form 5000 is used to claim Arizona TPT (sales tax) exemptions from a vendor. The Certificate must be provided to the vendor in order for the vendor to document why sales tax is not charged to the University in these cases, or for the vendor to refund the sales tax already billed to the University.
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This Certificate is prescribed by the Department of Revenue pursuant to A.R.S. § 42-5009. The purpose of the Certificate is to document and establish a basis for state and city tax deductions or exemptions.
In Arizona, contractors do not pay transaction privilege (sales) tax on the materials that they purchase. Instead, transaction privilege tax is calculated on the gross proceeds of the sales or gross income derived from the job, including labor.
Contractors who perform work worth over $1,000 must have an Arizona Contractors License. Work that is worth less than $1,000 and is of a casual or minor nature does not carry handyman license requirements. This is commonly known as the handyman exemption.
Contractors engaging in taxable construction projects or activities are required to obtain a TPT license. New contractors and out-of-state contractors are required to be licensed with the Registrar of Contractors and, in most cases, must post a bond with the Arizona Department of Revenue (ADOR).
Maintenance, Repair, Replacement and Alteration construction activities, collectively referred to as MRRA activities, are specifically excluded from the prime contracting classification. MRRA activities entail contracting activities on existing property.

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