2019 Arizona Tax Guides

Order the only comprehensive guide on Arizona taxes

Authors: Pat Derdenger, Steve Rodis and Ed Zollars

Spiral-Bound Book

Spiral-Bound Book Until
Dec. 15
After
Dec. 15
Members of ASCPA, Phoenix Tax Workshop, State Bar of Arizona or Enrolled Agents $85 $95
Nonmembers $105 Buy $115

Electronic PDF

Electronic PDF Until
Dec. 15
After
Dec. 15

Members of ASCPA, Phoenix Tax Workshop, State Bar of Arizona or Enrolled Agents

$79 $79

Nonmembers

Buy

$99 $99

Pre-order pricing available through Dec. 15, 2018. Guides will be mailed by mid-January.

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New in the 2019 Arizona Tax Guide:

  • MRRA changes to the alteration limitations and exclusion of contractors not required to be licensed by the Registrar of Contractors from the prime contracting classification
  • Option to bypass OAH and appeal directly to the state board of tax appeals or the tax court
  • Required registration with the DOR for online lodging marketplaces
  • Information on dealing with the unknown status of Arizona’s conformity with provision of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act

The Arizona Tax Guide includes the following guides:

The Arizona Income Tax Guide is a comprehensive reference that highlights the differences between Arizona and Federal income tax law and provides references to the Arizona Revised Statutes for a more in-depth analysis. It highlights the differences between individual, corporate, partnership and trust taxes, includes tax tables, and is arranged in a way that facilitates research on any topic.

The Arizona Sales and Use Tax Guide is a resource for anyone preparing or filing city sales and use tax returns. The guide details the various sales tax classifications, exemptions, deductions and rates as well as compliance, audits, refund claims and administrative appeals.

The Arizona Personal Property Tax Guide provides an overview of Arizona’s personal property tax system, including exemptions, the classification structure and assessment rates, reporting, valuation and appeals.

The Arizona Unclaimed Property Guide explains what unclaimed property is, reporting requirements for holders of unclaimed property, how owners of unclaimed property can claim their property and audits.

To receive the State Bar of Arizona or Enrolled Agent discount, registration must be completed through the pdf form. The online system will not recognize the discount for these two groups. Guides will be available for delivery mid-January 2019.