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Filing and Paying of October TPT Liability Due November 20 ​ Out-of-state sellers and marketplace facilitators that began collecting transaction privi...
Arizona Department of Revenue (ADOR) is now sending renewal letters to businesses this week. Every business licensed with ADOR is required to renew their Arizona Transaction Privilege Tax (TPT) license.
Arizona Department of Revenue to launch next phase of electronic TPT filing and paying In 2019, the Arizona Department of Revenue (ADOR) will be taking another step in its ongoing drive to provide enhanced customer service through electronic filing and paying.
The Arizona Department of Revenue (ADOR) is reminding tax preparers and employers in the state to continue looking out for phishing and other email scams. One particular email scam is the Form W-2 email phishing scam.
The Arizona Department of Revenue’s East Valley satellite office has relocated to better serve taxpayers. ADOR customer service agents are now assisting taxpayers out of the City of Mesa Customer Service Center, 55 N Center Street.
Individual income and corporate taxpayers that received a calendar year tax filing extension, and have not yet filed, have until Tuesday, October 15 to submit their tax returns.
Halloween is a time for Arizonans to be reminded of “ghost” tax preparers.A ghost preparer is paid to prepare a tax return, but does not sign it or include necessary information. The Arizona Department of Revenue (ADOR) urges taxpayers to be aware they may be a part of a scam if a preparer won't put their name on the tax return.
The Arizona Department of Revenue (ADOR) will be sending renewal letters to businesses next month to renew their 2020 Arizona Transaction Privilege Tax (TPT) License. A transaction privilege tax license is used for collection and remittance of state, county and city taxes.
Small, nonfarm businesses in 15 Arizona counties and neighboring counties in California, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico and Utah are now eligible to apply for low-interest federal disaster loans from the U. S. Small Business Administration (SBA). "These loans offset economic losses because of reduced revenues caused by drought beginning January 1, 2012," Alfred E. Judd, Director of SBA's Disaster Field Operations Center-West. 
In an ongoing effort to combat telemarketing scams, Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne announced Friday the recent filing of a lawsuit in Maricopa County Superior Court against several Arizona-based businesses and individuals. The defendants are alleged to have targeted mainly elderly consumers in a “work from home” business opportunity scam.
For businesses looking to reduce expenses in 2014, now is the best time to upgrade lighting to maximize SRP rebate dollars and energy savings. Lighting consumes up to 40 percent of a commercial facility’s energy and is typically the least expensive equipment to replace.  
The Obama administration stated Tuesday it is delaying for one year, until January 2015, the requirement that businesses with more than 50 employees provide health insurance to their workers or pay a penalty. The announcement by the Treasury Department comes after numerous complaints from businesses that the requirements were too complicated and difficult to implement in time.
Last month, the Community Alliance Against Family Abuse (CAAFA) was saddened to read the story of Carie Charlesworth, a teacher in San Diego, California whose abusive husband stalked her at the school where she taught second grade. The Holy Trinity School fired Ms. Charlesworth and prevented her two children from continuing to attend. Firing an employee does not terminate the problem of domestic violence at the workplace. When a victim of domestic violence is fired for her abuser’s actions economic independence is taken from the victim and other victims are shown that reporting potential danger to the school results in termination. Reaching out for basic advocacy from an organization like CAAFA could have helped reinforce the safety of Ms. Charlesworth, her children, and the school.
Gone are the days when the majority of customers paid cold, hard cash for their purchases. Some of the most intrepid greenback supporters even brought piles of the stuff to the bargaining table when it was time to seal the deal on an automobile. In a world where convenience and security vie for the top spot on everyone’s priority list, paying with plastic has become standard operating procedure. If you’re still on the fence about whether your business can gain from joining the credit card revolution, take some time to check out three of the main benefits.
The E-Verify process just got more secure for Arizona employers.
Local retailers say their online competitors have a competitive advantage because there is no city or state sales tax for many online purchases.
The Arizona Department of Revenue (ADOR) reminds individual income and corporate taxpayers who received a tax filing extension and have not yet filed that the deadline to submit returns is October 15.
Arizona Department of Revenue (ADOR) will be sending renewal letters to businesses next month to renew their 2019 Arizona Transaction Privilege Tax (TPT) license. Every business licensed with ADOR is required to renew their Arizona TPT license, which is due January 1, 2019.
Starting Oct. 1, the way we use credit cards will begin changing. Oct. 1 marks the day stores are supposed to have terminals that can read the new computer-chip credit cards. But many stores don't have the terminals yet, and many consumers don't have the new cards, either.
Unfortunately as in all sales industries, some sales people sell based on fear or misinformation, and the merchant processing industry is no different. Ever since the credit card networks mandated an October 2015 transition to EMV credit cards, many small businesses are being contacted by creative sales people demanding that they switch their merchant accounts right away and spend upwards of $1000 to purchase a new credit card terminal in order to become "compatible".
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