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Enrolled agents (EAs) are America's Tax Experts. EAs are the only federally licensed tax professionals who also have unlimited rights to represent taxpayers before the IRS.

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2021 Filing season starts Jan. 24

The IRS announced that it will open electronic filing on Jan. 24, 2022. Current and past year returns will be accepted then. Paper returns may be filed anytime … but IRS still has a backlog of 6 million unprocessed 2020 returns, mostly paper.

What’s new with Arizona

Here are AzDOR’s tax change highlights:

Individual Income Tax Highlights
Partnership Highlights
Corporate Income Tax Highlights

The Arizona legislature created a new alternative tax for Arizona small business income (SBI). The 3½% SBI tax could be beneficial to higher-income taxpayers, allowing them to pay a lower tax on small business income than on other income. For more information, see the SBI tax booklet.

For every form AzDOR issues, download the Arizona Booklet X.

 Arizona individual tax tables X&Y

Latest handy numbers

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

Pima College EA Certificate

Pima Community College’s Enrolled Agent Certificate program includes SEE prep classes. SACEA supports the program and SACEA members teach some of the classes. If you know someone who could benefit by becoming an Enrolled Agent, encourage them to look into the EA program at https://pima.edu/programs-courses/credit-programs-degrees/business-careers/accounting/accounting-enrolled-agent-cert.html