The transition to centralized licensing, reporting and payment of Transaction Privilege (Sales) tax to the Arizona Department of Revenue took place in January 2017. This means if you previously reported to the City of Tempe, your last tax return to Tempe was your December 2016 return (filed in January 2017).
How to proceed:
ADOR offers free Taxpayer Education tutorials and this information can be obtained at the State’s website accessible at https://azdor.gov/TaxpayerEducation/Tutorials.aspx.
If you have any non-filed returns or outstanding receivables with Tempe, Tempe is authorized to continue collection for any liabilities and non-filed returns prior to January 2017. For assistance in resolving past due balances or unfiled returns, contact Tempe’s Tax & License office at (480) 350-2955 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please refer to the following link for more information: https://www.azdor.gov/TransactionPrivilegeTax(TPT).aspx.
For information regarding TPT Refunds, please refer to the following link: https://www.tempe.gov/government/internal-services/finance/tpt-refund
|This website is for general information only. It is an informal and nonbinding communication and does not provide comprehensive explanations of laws and regulations. The intent is to condense and simplify the language in the Tempe City Code. For complete details, refer to the Tempe City Code and related regulations. In case of inconsistency or omission, the language of the City Code shall prevail.
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