Arizona Tax Forms 2018
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Arizona Form 323 2018
Arizona Credit for Contributions to Private School Tuition Organizations
The Arizona Credit for Contributions to Private School Tuition Organizations is only available to individuals and the credit is equal with the amount contributed which can't be more than $500 for single filing and $1,000 for married individuals that file a joint return.
Arizona Itemized Deduction Adjustments
Arizona Form 140 Schedule A can be only used if you want to deduct dental and medical expenses, you want to claim a federal credit for interest paid on mortgage credit certificates, you want to deduct gambling losses or you want to claim an Arizona credit for any amount as a charitable contribution.
Arizona Resident Income Tax X & Y Tables
Arizona Form 140 Tax Tables must be used only if your taxable income is less than $50,000. If your income is more than this amount, you must use Tax Table X or Y.
Arizona Form 140 2018
Arizona Individual Resident Income Tax Return (Long)
Arizona form 140 is designed for state residents to report their annual income. The form features space to include your income, marital status as well as space to report any children or dependents you may have. By filling out the form, you will see whether or not you owe money to the state or if you will receive a refund.
Arizona Form 140-IA 2018
Arizona Individual Income Tax Installment Agreement Request
Arizona Form 140-IA can be filed when you can't pay the amount you owe. You should pay as much as you can when submitting a return, this way you will decrease penalties and interest charges. You will also be contacted within 60 days by state authorities and they will notify you whether your request was denied or approved.
Arizona Form 140A 2018
Arizona Individual Resident Income Tax Return (Short)
Arizona Form 140A must be used by any residents who worked in Arizona, even if it was temporary. The Arizona's residents must pay taxes no mater from where the resident earns the income. If you are a part year resident, you must file Form 140PY and if you are nonresident you must file Form 140NR.
Arizona Form 140ES 2018
Arizona Individual Estimated Tax Payment
Arizona Form 140ES can be used by full year residents, part-year residents or nonresidents. In most cases you must make payments in four equal installments. The due dates for these installments can be found in the instruction form attached below.
Arizona Form 140EZ 2018
Arizona Individual Resident Income Tax Return (Shortest)
This is the shortest form that Arizona residents may use to file their returns. See the Form 140EZ instructions to see if you qualify to file with Form 140EZ. If you do not meet any of these requirements you will need to file your Arizona return with either 104A or 104.
Arizona Form 140NR 2018
Arizona Individual Non-resident Income Tax Return
If you are a Arizona non-resident who needs to pay taxes to Arizona you will need to file Form 140NR.
Arizona Form 140PTC 2018
Arizona Property Tax Refund Claim Credit
File Arizona Form 140PTC only if you were a resident between January 1st to December 31, 2018; you were 65 or older by December 31, 2018; if you paid proprety taxes or rent on your home during taxable year 2018; your total household was less than 3,751 or $5,501 if you lived with others; you were a shareholder of a cooperative corporation; you were a resident of a nursing home.
Arizona Itemized Deductions Part-Year Resident
Arizona Form 140PY Schedule A (PY) can only be used by part-year residents who didn't generate any income while they were nonresidents. Part-year residents who had no sources of income during the time they were a non-resident can deduct the following: • Expenses made during the time they were a resident. • Itemized deductions for the period when they were non-resident.
Arizona Itemized Deductions for Part-Year Resident with Nonresident Income
Arizona Form 140PY Schedule A (PYN) must be used by part-year residents who generate an income in Arizona for part of the year while being an Arizona nonresident. The form is used to deduct all dental and medical expenses, taxes, interest expenses, gift to charities, theft and casualty losses, job expenses and other miscellaneous expenses. For more information, please check the attached instruction files.
Arizona Form 140PY 2018
Arizona Individual Part-Year Resident Income Tax Return
If you are part-year resident of Arizona, you will need to file Form 140PY. If you earned in 2011 any income as a resident or you had any income source before you moved or leave the state, you must file Arizona Form 140PY.
Arizona Form 140V 2018
Arizona Individual Income Tax Payment Voucher for E-filing
Arizona Form 140V is used to pay your individual income tax via check or money order. The form must be sent by April 17 and if you pay the full amount, you will be able to avoid penalties and interest charges. When writing the check or money order, make sure it is made out to the Arizona Department of Revenue, and include your social security number and "2013 Tax".
Arizona Form 140X 2018
Arizona Individual Amended Income Tax Return
Arizona Form 140X is a tax return document for taxpayers who need to amend their previous return. Also known as the amended individual tax return form, it is used to correct any errors in income, reimbursements or tax credits on a number of other Arizona 140 tax documents. When filling out your 140X form, you will be given the chance to explain why you are making an amendment in your tax return.
Arizona Form 204 2018
Arizona Application for Filing Extension For Individual Returns Only
The 204 form is used for Arizona residents who seek an extension of the filing deadline for their state income tax returns. Successfully filing the 204 automatically allows Arizona residents a six month extension to file their 140 or 140NR state income tax returns.
Arizona Form 221 2018
Arizona Underpayment of Estimated Tax by Individuals
You must use Arizona Form 221 to find out if you paid enough estimated tax or to see if you could be subject to a penalty for any late or underpaid payment. If you need to file Form 221, you must attach it to Arizona Form 140, Form 140PY, or Form 140NR.
Arizona Form 301 2018
Arizona Nonrefundable Individual Tax Credits and Recapture
Arizona Form 301 is used by individual taxpayers who want to claim their nonrefundable tax credits. Individual taxpayers use this form to sum up the total nonrefundable tax credits; determine the application of the available tax credits; sum up tax liability to recapture of tax credits or to claim any other available credit carryover.
Arizona Form 309 2018
Arizona Credit for Taxes Paid to Another State or Country
Arizona Form 309 is used to find out the credit you have to pay to Arizona state or another state on the same income. If you have more than one state, you must file a separate computation for each state or country.
Arizona Form 321 2018
Arizona Credit for Contributions to Charities That Provide Assistance to the Working Poor
Arizona Form 321 helps you to reduce your final tax liability and must be filed to be able to get your tax credit, if not filed you will not lower your tax liability and will not get the tax credit.
Arizona Form 322 2018
Arizona Credit for Contributions Made or Fees Paid to Public Schools
You must make contributions or pay fees to public schools located in Arizona if want to get the credit. To be able and get this credit you must file Arizona Form 322.
Arizona Form AZ-140V 2018
Arizona Individual Income Tax payment Voucher for Electronic Filing
Arizona Form AZ-140V is used to pay individual income tax and must be paid in full by April 15, 2014. If it is not paid in full, you will be subject to penalties and interest charges. You will only be notified by the Arizona Department of Revenue if there is an error in the voucher and you need to correct it. To make sure you entered the correct information, you need to make sure of the following: • Make the payment to the correct address. • Do not send cash. • Do not forget to mention your SSN and 2013 Tax on the payment. • Attach the payment in the upper left corner. • Mail to the Arizona Department of Revenue, PO Box 29085, Phoenix, AZ 85038-9085.
Arizona Tax Booklet 2018
Arizona Resident Personal Income Tax Booklet
The Arizona tax booklet is a guide for state residents on how to file state income taxes. The guide features step-by-step instructions on how to file by mail or e-file state taxes. In addition, the booklet features information on every type of state tax form as well as on areas where filers commonly make mistakes.
Arizona Tax Forms Mailing Addresses
Here are the mailing addresses available for Arizona. Please note that some specific forms might have a different addresses. Please check the Form's instructions before using any addresses listed here.
P.O. Box 52138 Phoenix, Arizona 85072-2138
If your return has a barcode: PO Box 29205 Phoenix, AZ 85038-9205Income Tax Returns (With Payment)
Box 52016 Phoenix, Arizona 85072-2016
If your return has a barcode: PO Box 29204 Phoenix , AZ 85038-9204