Collection forms and instruction books for all years. ADOR can check payment terms at any time and request up-to-date financial information. To apply for a plan in monthly increments, taxpayers must comply with the following: you can apply for a payment plan by filling out an application form for individual monthly income tax agreements (Arizona Form 140-I). ADOR may ask you to complete a Collection Information Statement (CIS) if you request a state tempers agreement. ADOR generally evaluates a taxpayer`s monthly income and expenses. In addition, your assets are considered to determine your ability to pay in full or obtain credit. If you wish to register quarterly or annually and change your registration frequency each month, please complete the “Business Account Update” form or contact License and Registration at (602) 255-3381. Only current owners or license executives can apply. If you are applying as a business owner, you must complete the collection information statement for businesses. It is a comprehensive document that asks for details on business and finances. It is recommended that this document be completed with the help of a tax specialist. The terms of business rate agreements are similar to individual agreements.
However, the duration of an agreement depends on the amount owed. NOTE: A change in a company`s name usually indicates a change of ownership that requires a new TPT license. To submit a new TPT license, complete the JT-1 (Joint Tax Application) form available on www.azdor.gov in the Transaction Privilege Tax Forms (TPT) section. A tax payment plan that Arizona taxpayers can use to pay off debts is open to all taxpayers. However, ADOR may refuse you a payment plan after reviewing your application and related financial data. ADOR may request that you make a full payment if your financial information shows that you can get a credit to settle your tax debt. ADOR provides taxpayers with 30 days to file all tax returns. Taxpayers will find returns and forms. A taxpayer can apply for a payment plan by filling out an application form for Individual Income Tax Rates (Arizona Form 140-IA) available online.