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ONLY ONE WEEK AWAY FROM THE DEADLINE FOR ARIZONA INDIVIDUAL INCOME TAX RETURNS

WITH JUST ONE WEEK UNTIL THE APRIL 18 FILING DUE DATE, THE ARIZONA DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE (ADOR) WOULD LIKE TO REMIND TAXPAYERS TO FILE AND PAY BEFORE THIS YEAR’S DEADLINE OF APRIL 18, 2023. IT IS ALSO THE FIRST-QUARTER DEADLINE FOR THOSE WHO FILE INDIVIDUAL ESTIMATED TAX PAYMENTS QUARTERLY. 


IN ARIZONA, FULL-YEAR RESIDENT OR PART-YEAR RESIDENT INDIVIDUALS MUST FILE A TAX RETURN IF THEY ARE:

SINGLE OR MARRIED FILING SEPARATELY AND GROSS INCOME (GI) IS GREATER THAN $12,950; HEAD OF HOUSEHOLD AND GROSS INCOME IS GREATER THAN $19,400; OR MARRIED AND FILING JOINTLY WITH A GROSS INCOME OF MORE THAN $25,900. 

FOR NON-RESIDENT INDIVIDUALS, THE THRESHOLD NUMBERS ABOVE ARE PRORATED BASED ON THE INDIVIDUAL'S ARIZONA GROSS INCOME TO THEIR FEDERAL ADJUSTED GROSS INCOME.


TO EXPEDITE THE PROCESSING OF A RETURN AND REDUCE ERRORS, ADOR STRONGLY ENCOURAGES TAXPAYERS TO E-FILE, WHICH IS FASTER, MORE SECURE, AND IS FREE FOR INDIVIDUALS WHO MEET THE CRITERIA.

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