Arizona Tax Forms

 

If you live in the state of Arizona or earn income in the state, it’s likely you will have to pay Arizona income tax. And with that, comes completing and filing Arizona tax forms.

Read on to learn more about common tax forms in Arizona, including Arizona Department of Revenue forms, like Arizona Form 140…

Where Do I Find Arizona State Tax Forms? tax forms signature

If you are trying to locate, download, or print Arizona state tax forms, you can do so on the state of Arizona Department of Revenue, at https://azdor.gov/Forms.

Commonly used Arizona state tax forms are also available at offices, public libraries, post offices, and other county offices.

Common Arizona Income Tax Forms & Instructions

The most common Arizona income tax form is the Arizona form 140. This form is used by residents who file an individual income tax return. This form should be completed after filing your federal taxes, using Form 1040.

Here are links to common Arizona tax forms for individual filers, along with instructions:

Individual 131 Claim for Refund on Behalf of Deceased Taxpayer
Individual 140 Form 140 – Arizona Resident Personal Income Tax Booklet
Individual 140 Form 140 – Optional Tax Tables
Individual 140 Form 140 – Resident Personal Income Tax Form — Fillable Form
Individual 140 Form 140 – Resident Personal Income Tax Form — Non-fillable Form
Individual 140 Form 140 – X & Y Tables
Individual 140 Schedule A Itemized Deduction Adjustments Form
Individual 140A Form 140A – Arizona Resident Personal Income Tax Booklet
Individual 140A Form 140A – Optional Tax Tables
Individual 140A Resident Personal Income Tax (Short) Form — Fillable
Individual 140A Resident Personal Income Tax (Short) Form — Non-fillable Form
Individual 140ES Individual Estimated Tax Payment Booklet
Individual 140ES Individual Estimated Tax Payment Form
Individual 140ET Credit for Increased Excise Taxes
Individual 140ETX Amended Claim for Increased Excise Taxes (2001-2006)
Individual 140EZ Form 140EZ – Arizona Resident Personal Income Tax Booklet
Individual 140EZ Form 140EZ – Optional Tax Tables
Individual 140EZ Form 140EZ – Resident Personal Income Tax (EZ Form) — Fillable
Individual 140EZ Form 140EZ – Resident Personal Income Tax Return (EZ Form) Non-fillable Form
Individual 140NR Arizona Nonresident Personal Income Tax Booklet
Individual 140NR Form 140NR – X & Y Tables
Individual 140NR Nonresident Personal Income Tax Form — Fillable
Individual 140NR Nonresident Personal Income Tax Form–Non-fillable
Individual 140NR Schedule A(NR) Itemized Deductions for Nonresidents Form
Individual 140PTC Property Tax Refund (Credit) Claim Form — Fillable

A full list of Arizona forms can be found here: https://azdor.gov/Forms.

Help With Arizona Taxes

It’s important to avoid state tax issues and potential financial liability for failing to pay taxes. If you need help navigating your Arizona state tax obligations, get help with H&R Block Virtual! With this service, we’ll match you with a tax pro with Arizona tax expertise. Then, you will upload your tax documents, and our tax pros will do the rest! We can help with your AZ taxes, including federal deductions for paying state taxes.

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