Who Has to Pay Sales & Use Tax in Arizona?

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A business is responsible for collecting and remitting all applicable state taxes if it has a physical presence within the state of Arizona, such as:

  • A physical store
  • A warehouse
  • An office
  • A sales representative

Additionally, an out-of-state seller is required to collect tax if they can be defined as a retailer. There are also a few important rules to consider when it comes to collecting and paying sales and use tax in Arizona:

  • Shipping is not deemed to be taxable
  • Sales tax is not charged on finance charges when they are stated separately
  • The sales tax rate also applies to clothing
  • This state does not have any sales tax holidays planned

For further questions about Phoenix small business accounting, please contact Singer Tax & Accounting, PC today at (602) 482-8006.

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