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AZ passes conformity at last

In the “better late than never maybe” category, the Arizona legislature passed conformity to the federal tax code at the end of May. The law, HB 2757, fully conforms Arizona to the federal tax reform law retroactively to 2018. The conformity for 2018 created an estimated $155 million windfall for the state, which the state is keeping. For 2019, tax brackets and numerous other changes attempt to restore the tax situation to close what Arizona’s tax burden was before than reform conformity. For more info:

Final regulations issued for charitable contributions and state tax credits

IRS finalized the regulations for taking federal charitable contribution deductions when those contributions receive a state tax credit. The regulations provide exceptions for dollar-for-dollar state tax deductions and where tax credits of no more than 15 percent of the amount given.

Arizona raises TPT penalties

AzDOR is pushing electronic filing of TPT (sales tax) returns. There are penalties for filing a paper return and for filing late, even if a zero tax due. For more info, visit https://azdor.gov/e-services/e-services-businesses-arizona

IRS releases draft 2020 W-4 form

After much controversy, the IRS is showing off its 2020 W-4 in draft form. IRS reminds that for 2019, the official current W-4 should still be used. Workers are also encouraged to use the new Paycheck Checkup tool.

EA renewal fees jump Nov. 1

The Enrolled Agent application and renewal user fee increases from $30 to $67, effective Nov. 1. That’s the beginning of the next renewal cycle (for SSN’s ending 4, 5 or 6. If your SSN ends in 0-3 (2019 cycle), get your renewal in now before the fee goes up. Applications and renewals are electronically submitted via Pay.gov.

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Latest handy numbers

Where can you find the 2019 mileage rates, 2019 tax brackets and 2018 AZ Standard deductions, and oodles of other juicy numbers? At the FAQ page on the AzSEA website, of course.