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These sessions will provide an explanation of the statutory prime contracting changes that went into effect January 1, 2015, along with recent legislation passed (SB 1446), and a discussion of licensing and filing requirements for contractors from the Arizona Department of Revenue. Attend one of these free sessions to understand how the transaction privilege tax will apply to your business in the future. Also, learn how these changes are reported on the TPT-1 form as well as other form changes.
GTP 15-2, this procedure addresses what is required for submitting an authorization for disclosure of confidential information and powers of attorney (POAs).
LTP 15-1, this procedure addresses a tobacco distributor’s post-revocation disposition of tax stamps and untaxed tobacco products.
Use Form 290 to request an abatement of non-audit penalties.
Effective July 1, 2015, Arizona tobacco distributors are required to file and pay electronically. Training will be June 9 or June 11, 2015
During the 2013, 2014, and 2015 legislative sessions, the legislature made significant changes to how Arizona transaction privilege tax (“TPT”) applies to activities involving the modification or alteration of real property. This document addresses various questions and provides examples involving the implications of the changes to the Prime Contracting classification effective January 1, 2015. This document does not address other activities that may be taxable under the Prime Contracting classification.
Effective July 1, 2015: On November 4, 2014 Graham County voters approved a new Jail Tax. The tax is up to 0.5% as authorized in A.R.S. §48-4022. As of July 1, 2015 the total combined rate for most transactions will be 6.6%.
The new state/county combined rates will be available here: http://www.azdor.gov/Business/TransactionPrivilegeTax/TPTRates.aspx
City codes have changed. The new city codes are standard between all cities and match state codes in most instances. A bridge linking the old codes to the new codes has been created for each city to assist you in determining the new code. Each city bridge can be found on www.azdor.gov/Business/TransactionPrivilegeTax/TPTRates.aspx under the city name.
July 2014 Tax Facts from the Arizona Department of Revenue's Office of Economic Research & Analysis.
June 2014 Tax Facts from the Arizona Department of Revenue's Office of Economic Research & Analysis.
May 2014 Tax Facts from the Arizona Department of Revenue's Office of Economic Research & Analysis.