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Essential Tips for Smooth Renewal of Your TPT License in Arizona


In a move to simplify the renewal process of the Transaction Privilege Tax (TPT) License, the Arizona Department of Revenue (ADOR) has issued a set of guidelines. With renewals due on January 1st and penalties for late renewals starting from February 1st, these tips are designed to help taxpayers navigate the process efficiently.

Pre-Renewal Steps:

  1. Online Process Emphasized: ADOR recommends utilizing the platform for enrollment, filing, and payment. This approach ensures quicker processing, especially for taxpayers managing multiple business locations, for whom electronic renewal is a legal requirement.
  2. User Access Management: Establishing primary and delegate user access on is critical for updating and renewing TPT licenses. This ensures proper access rights for necessary updates.
  3. Account Updates: Taxpayers can update their accounts anytime by changing their mailing address, editing business locations, canceling or closing TPT licenses, modifying the "Doing Business As" (DBA) name, or adding new reporting jurisdictions and business codes.
  4. Owner/Office Information Changes: Submit any changes in owner/office information using the Business Account Update Form 10193.

During Renewal:

  • Mandatory Annual Renewal: Even recent business licenses require renewal.
  • Tutorial Assistance: A video tutorial on license renewal is available on
  • Access Verification: Ensure your user account is linked to your TPT license, and you have the necessary access for renewal.
  • Property Management Companies: These entities must request delegate access for renewing property owners' accounts or use a Property Management Renewal Spreadsheet.
  • Payment Process: Renewal fees should be paid online, excluding credit card payments.
  • Paper Renewal Form: If received, send the form and payment together to the ADOR address provided.

Post-Renewal Considerations:

  • Filing Frequency Verification: Check if your business still falls under the same TPT filing frequency. This depends on your estimated annual combined tax liability, with different thresholds for annual, quarterly, and monthly filings.
  • Liabilities Payment: Ensure all liabilities are paid before January 1st to receive your license certificate and avoid penalties.

Additional Resources:

For further information and common queries, taxpayers are advised to visit the Renewing a TPT License FAQs page on This comprehensive approach by the ADOR aims to mitigate errors and make the renewal process as seamless as possible for Arizona's taxpayers.
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