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How to Get an Arizona State Tax ID #

According to the writers for the U.S. Small Business Administration, state tax ID and federal tax ID numbers allow small businesses to properly pay their state and federal taxes each year. For businesses, a federal tax ID is the same thing as an Employer Identification Number, or EIN. This is also used to apply for permits and business licenses, open bank accounts and hire employees. State tax IDs work a bit differently and relate to whether or not a company needs to pay state taxes. Anyone wondering whether they need an Arizona tax ID number (TIN) should check with their state’s government to understand how the process works.

State of Arizona Federal ID Number

The first step towards obtaining an Arizona tax ID number is to obtain an EIN/federal tax ID number. This can be done online at the IRS EIN page and should take less than an hour. You will need to answer a few questions about the business and will later receive a 9-digit number as your EIN. The EIN/federal tax ID number functions as the company’s Social Security number.

Once this is in hand, you’ll need to visit the website of the Arizona Department of Revenue (ADOR). New businesses have to register with ADOR before any kind of taxable business activity can begin in the state of Arizona. Applicants will receive a transaction privilege tax (TPT) license, which is better known as a sales tax, vendor, tax, resale or wholesale license. Note that this may not apply for all businesses. After this online application is submitted, it should take four to six weeks to receive the Arizona TIN.

The ADOR will also provide applicants with withholding tax registration information, as employers are required to withhold employment taxes from workers’ wages. Their website also has information about special licensing, permits and certifications. Their Corporate Income Tax page explains the tax payment process and has links to different forms.

AZ Unemployment Tax ID Number

New businesses must also register with the Arizona Department of Economic Security (DES). This can be done at the same time when registering with ADOR. To do this, complete an Arizona Joint Tax Application (form JT-1/UC) and submit it to the ADOR License & Registration section. This form determines if businesses are required to pay the state’s unemployment insurance (UI) taxes. Other forms may also need to be completed.

The Arizona Department of Economic Security team offers information about unemployment tax payments, which includes the Unemployment Tax Wage Report and the Arizona Joint Tax Application and Adjustment Report. Once ADOR and DES process the application and other forms, both will provide a “Determination of Unemployment Insurance Liability” notice.

The Arizona Department of Economic Security posts that most Arizona employers must pay unemployment taxes on the first &#;$7,&#; of gross wages paid out to each employee for every calendar year. Employers who meet at least one of their list of conditions have to pay these taxes. If the answer is yes, the business will be informed when their UI coverage begins, the specific tax rate and AZ unemployment tax ID number.

More About Arizona Business Taxes

Knowing which forms to submit and to whom can seem overwhelming, and the Arizona Corporation Commission (ACC) puts the requirements into a manageable process. Before any tax forms are ever filled, the business has to be created; the owner must pick a business name and make sure that no other company is using it. Then, they choose the entity type (corporation, nonprofit or limited liability) and purchase a domain name if desired. The name can be confirmed with the ACC.

Then, the business formation and organization documents have to be submitted to the ACC. Once this is completed, it's time to contact the ADOR to find out about the state sales tax information. It is also important to register the business with the city or county that it is located in. For more information on this, reach out to the team at the Arizona Commerce Authority Small Business Services.

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I am an out-of-state company with a new Arizona employee

If your business is organized under the laws of another state or country and you want to transact business in Arizona and/or have one or more employees in Arizona, you may need to register as a foreign entity with either the Arizona Secretary of State or the Arizona Corporation Commission, depending on your business structure. 

License and registration requirements are not the same for every business. Note: Not all businesses need a license and some may need more than one. Arizona's new universal licensing recognition law makes it easier for people who are already licensed in another state to get an occupational license at the same level in Arizona. Click here to learn more.

Select from the list below - which includes selection option for "Having Full-time or Part-time Employees" - to create a checklist pertinent to your business needs that will direct you to most of the business forms you may need and information for contacting licensing agencies. For additional information regarding Transaction Privilege Tax, Business, and Regulatory licensing, see the Business Licensing page.

PLEASE NOTE: While creating your checklist, if you do not find your particular business occupation/activity, there may be several items that will direct you to most of the information you need. For example, if you plan to open a bowling alley, activities you might select include: selling a product, selling food/beverage, amusement, rental, etc.

*If you are not a citizen of the United States, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services has information on Working in the United States.

Business Structure/EIN

My business is organized under the laws of another state or country

I will be a Sole Proprietorship

I will be a General Partnership

I will be a Limited Partnership

I will be a Limited Liability Company (LLC) or Professional LLC

I will be a Corporation, Professional Corporation or S Corporation

I will be a Nonprofit Corporation

I will be a Benefit Corporation

I am not sure which business structure I will be

Business Name, Trademark and Service Mark

I plan to operate my business under a trade/DBA (Doing Business As) name

I plan to file an Arizona Trademark or Service Mark

I plan to file a Federal Trademark or Service Mark

My business will be based and/or operate in the following cities/towns

(Sun City/ Sun City West)

My business will be based in an unincorporated region of the county

My business will be based in an unincorporated region of the county

My business activity(ies) will include engaging in activities subject to transaction privilege (sales)/use tax

Advertising - delivery or dissemination of advertising information by direct mail, radio, billboards, television, or any other means

Amusements - charging admission or user fees for exhibition, amusement, entertainment or activities (includes tours)

Construction/Construction-Related Activity - modifying real property

Feed at Wholesale - sellers of animal feed, even if selling to someone who intends to resell the feed

Job Printing, Engraving, Embossing, or Copying

Online Lodging Marketplace

Operating pipelines for transporting oil or natural or artificial gas from one point to another in Arizona

Private (Rail) Car - operating, furnishing or leasing railroad cars to be used for transporting persons or freight within Arizona

Promoter of Special Events

Publishing - newspapers, magazines, or other publications in Arizona

Remote Seller/Marketplace Facilitator (includes any person selling into Arizona)

Renting, Leasing, Licensing for Use of Real Property (includes commercial buildings, apartments, homes or other residential units)

Renting, Leasing, Licensing for Use of Tangible Personal Property (includes rental of equipment, automobiles, tools, furniture, coin-operated laundromats/car washes, etc.)

Selling a Product (includes service/repair businesses that provide parts/materials)

Selling Food and Food-Related Products/Beverages

Telecommunications (includes telephone, FAX, monitoring of security or alarm systems, computer interface, telegraph, etc.)

Timbering & Other Extraction

Transient Lodging (includes apartments, bed & breakfast, hotel/motel, tourist home, campground, space for mobile home, etc.)

Transporting for Hire - transporting persons, freight, or property

Use Tax - use, store or consume tangible personal property upon which tax has not been collected; Out-of-state retailers or utility businesses that sell to Arizona customers

Utilities – producing and/or furnishing to consumers, natural or artificial gas and water (includes providing various electric services to retail customers)

My business activity will involve

Agriculture and Agriculture-related Products (includes Arizona Native Plants)

Animal Food (Feed) Products (includes pet food)

Apparel and Labeling (includes textile, wool, fur, apparel and leather matters)

Arizona Grown (includes Arizona Food, Fiber and Beverages)

Auction House/ Auctioneer

Buying an Existing Business

Cats, Dogs, and other Animals

Commercial Weighing (Scale), Measuring, Metering or Counting Device

Conducting business in more than one city/county

Cosmetology/Hairstyling/Nail Technology/Aesthetics

Document Authentication and Apostille (travelling overseas, or sending documents for use in a foreign country)

Firewood SalesState law requires firewood to be sold by the cord, fraction of a cord or by cubic feet, unless exempt

Food and Food-Related Products/Beverages (includes Baked and Confectionery Goods, and Dietary Supplements)

Hemp/Cannabidiol (CBD)-Containing Products

Homeowners' Association (HOA)

Internet/Online/Mail Order Sales or Services

Invention, Innovation, Technology and Entrepreneurship (includes patents)

Jewelry (includes precious or semiprecious stones, cultured pearls, watches, clocks, and goods, wares and merchandise commonly classified as jewelry)

Liquor Sales/Microbrewery Products/Farm Wineries/Cider Products

Livestock, Poultry, Fish, Meat, Milk, Eggs

Manufactured Homes, Factory-Built Buildings (FBBS), Mobile Homes

Manufacturing/Manufacturing-Related Activity (includes simple to advanced)

Motor Fuels, Fuel Tax and Reporting, Fueling Devices, and/or Motor Fuel Dispensers

Motor Vehicles (includes automobile, motor bus, motorcycle, truck or truck tractor or any other self-propelled vehicle, trailer or semitrailer)

Music (includes music creators who write, compose or publish music and anyone who uses music in their business)

Pay-Per-Call Services (includes number)

Peddler/Vendor/Door-To-Door Sales/Hanging Flyers

Pesticides/Pest Control (includes herbicides, etc.)

Recycling (includes green business practices)

Second-hand Items (includes antiques)

Special Events, Craft Shows & Trade Shows

Telephone Solicitation (includes any voice communication to a telephone number in Arizona from a live operator, announcing device or other means of offering merchandise for sale or rent)

Tires (includes sales of tires on new vehicles)

Tobacco Product (includes vapor product, tobacco or shisha instruments or paraphernalia)

Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS)/Drone

Waste Products (includes biohazardous medical wastes)

Medical/Healthcare-related business activity

Adult Day Health Care Facility

Chiropractor/Chiropractic Services

Cosmetic Laser/Laser Hair Removal/Laser Tattoo Removal

Counselor/Therapist/Psychologist/Psychotherapy Services/Social Worker/Behavior Analyst

CPR (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation) Instructor

Drugs/medical devices for humans or pets (includes over-the-counter, generic, prescription medications and devices and non-prescription medications, and compressed medical gases)

Health Club/Gym/Yoga Studio/Fitness Center

Long Term Care Facility (Nursing Home)

Massage/Massage Therapy Related Business (includes bodywork)

Medical Marijuana Testing Laboratory

Non-Emergency Medical Transportation (NEMT) (includes stretcher van or wheelchair van)

Occupational Therapist/Occupational Therapy Assistant

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) (includes masks, face shields, respirators, gowns, and gloves)

Pharmacies/Pharmacists/Pharmaceuticals

Physical Therapist/Physical Therapist Assistant/Physical Therapy Entity

Referral Agency for Assisted Living Facility

Residential Healthcare Facility (includes Assisted Living Center/Home and Behavioral Health Residential Facility, Adult Foster Care Home, Behavioral Health Respite Home, and Behavioral Health Therapeutic Home)

Sober Living Home (may include half-way homes)

Speech & Hearing Professionals (includes Audiology or Dispensing Audiology, Hearing Aid Dispensing, Speech-Language Pathology)

Telemedicine/Teledentistry

Veterinarian/Veterinary Technicians/Veterinary Premises

X-Ray Service Provider/Installer

Additional Business Occupations and Activities

Accountant/Accounting Firm/CPA/Bookkeeper

Alarm-Related Business/Alarm Agent

Attorney/Lawyer/Practice Law

Background Checks/Pre-Employment Screening

Banking/Finance-Related Business

Barber/Barber-Related Business

Body Art/Body Art Establishment (includes tattoos, permanent makeup, piercings, branding and scarifications)

Boxing/Martial Arts-Related Businesses

Business/Life/Professional Coach

Business/Management Consultant

Career Counseling/Resume Writing

Child Care/Child Care Facility (includes Child Care Group Home, Center and Public School)If you plan to provide child care for five or more children in Arizona, you must apply for a license with the Department of Health Services. If you plan to provide ch

Cleaning Service/Janitorial Maintenance

Collection Agency (includes some billing services)

Computer-Related Business

Credit Repair/Credit Services

Customs Broker/Customs Brokerage

Dressmaker/ Embroiderer/ Professional Alterations /Sewing Professional/Tailor

Dry Cleaner/Laundry Service

Employment/Placement/Modeling/Talent Agency

Engineer/Firm/Branch Office

Enrolled Agent/Tax Return Preparer

Fiduciary/Guardian/Conservator/Personal Representative

Financial Planner / Estate Planner / Investment Adviser / Investment Adviser Representative / Securities Dealer / Securities Salesperson / Stockbroker

Graphic Design and Related Activities

Home Inspector/Firm/Branch

Insurance-Related Business

Land Surveyor/Firm/Branch

Landscape Architect/Firm/Branch

Landscaping/Lawn Maintenance

Legal Assistant/Legal Document Preparer/Paralegal

Marriage solemnization/Officiating at marriage ceremony

Multi-Level Marketing/Sales (Mary Kay)

MVD Authorized Third Party Provider (ATP)

Notary/Notary-Related Activity

Photography/Video Production

Private Investigator/Private Investigation Agency

Professional Employer Organization (PEO)

Real Estate-Related Business

Security Guard/Security Guard Agency

Tanning Salon/Booth/Products

Vocational/Trade Schools/Degree Granting Programs

Having Employees and Job Training Programs

Having Full-time or Part-time Employees

Required Workplace Posters

Arizona Job Training Program

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Arizona Employer Tax Information

To sign up for Square’s online payroll service in Arizona, you must be a registered employer with the Arizona Department of Revenue and the Department of Economic Security, and provide us with your Arizona Unemployment Tax Account Number and your Unemployment Insurance (UI) rate.

Add Your Arizona Payroll Account Numbers to Square Payroll

You must be registered as an employer to have an Arizona Withholding Account Number and an Arizona Unemployment Tax Account Number. These numbers are required so we can make Arizona state tax payments and filings on your behalf.

Don’t Have Your Arizona Tax Account Numbers?

The easiest way to get your Arizona Payroll tax account numbers is by registering online with the Arizona Department of Revenue and the Department of Economic Security. Online registration registers you with both the Department of Revenue and the Department of Economic Security.

After your registration is processed (online processing can take 2-3 weeks), you will receive your eight-digit (XXXXXXXX) Arizona Unemployment Tax Account Number.

If you have already registered, have not yet received your Unemployment Tax Account Number, and it has been more than one month since you registered, please contact the Employer Registration Unit at 602-771-6602.

Your Arizona Withholding Account Number is the same number as your nine digit (XX-XXXXXXX) Federal Employment Identification Number (EIN). This number will auto-populate in the Withholding Account Number field when you enter your EIN during Square Payroll sign up. You must be registered with the State of Arizona Department of Revenue for your EIN to be linked to your Arizona account.

Learn how to locate or obtain an EIN.

Can’t Locate Your Arizona Unemployment Tax Account Number?

To locate your Unemployment Tax Account Number:

  • If you’ve filed state payroll tax returns in the past, you can find your Unemployment Tax Account Number on any previously submitted Unemployment Tax and Wage Report (UC-018). The Unemployment Tax Account Number is an eight-digit number in the following format: XXXXXXXX.

  • Call the Arizona Department of Economic Security at 602-771-6602.

Add Your Arizona UI Tax Rate to Square Payroll

You must provide your UI Tax Rate when signing up for Square Payroll so we can accurately withhold this tax. To locate your UI Tax Rate:

  • If you are a new employer, you will be provided with your UI Tax Rate when you complete the registration process. The default rate for new employers is 2.0% for a minimum of two calendar years.

  • If you are an existing employer, you can find your UI Tax Rate on the Determination of Unemployment Tax Rate (Form UC-603) that the Department of Employment Security mails each January to all registered employees.

  • Call the Arizona Department of Economic Security at 602-771-6602.

You are responsible for ensuring Square Payroll has the correct UI Tax Rate for your business. Please contact us if you need to update your rate.

Review a full list of tax resources for all Square Payroll supported states.

Arizona State Tax Details

Square Payroll processes the following per the frequency below to the listed state agencies:

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Contacts for State UI Tax Information and Assistance

StateAddressTelephone / WebsiteAlabama

Department of Industrial Relations
Monroe Street
Montgomery, AL

()
www.labor.alabama.gov/Alaska

Employment Security Tax
Dept of Labor and Workforce Development
PO Box
Juneau, AK

()
www.labor.state.ak.us/estax/Arizona

Unemployment Tax - B
Department of Economic Security
PO Box
Phoenix, AZ

()
des.az.gov/services/employment/unemployment-employer/contact-unemployment-tax-general-information Arkansas

Department of Workforce Services
PO Box
Little Rock, AK

()
www.dws.arkansas.gov/employers/California

Account Services Group, MIC
Employment Development Department
PO Box
Sacramento, CA

()
www.edd.ca.gov/employers.htmColorado

Unemployment Insurance Operations
Department of Labor and Employment
PO Box
Denver, CO

()
myuiemployer.coworkforce.com/Connecticut

Connecticut Department of Labor
Folly Brook Blvd
Wethersfield, CT

()
www.ctdol.state.ct.us/uitax/txmenu.htmDelaware

Division of Unemployment Insurance
Department of Labor
PO Box
Wilmington, DE

()
ui.delawareworks.com/employer-handbook.phpDistrict of Columbia

Department of Employment Services
Office of Unemployment
Compensation Tax Division
H Street NE, 3rd floor
Washington, DC

()
www.dcnetworks.orgFlorida

Unemployment Compensation Services
Agency for Workforce Innovation
E. Madison St. MSC
Tallahassee, FL

()
floridarevenue.com/taxes/taxesfees/Pages/reemployment.aspx Georgia

Department of Labor
Andrew Young Inter Blvd, Suite
Atlanta, GA

()
www.dol.state.ga.us/em/Hawaii

Department of Labor and Industrial Relations
Punchbowl Street, Room
Honolulu, HI

()
labor.hawaii.gov/ui/Idaho

Department of Labor
W Main Street
Boise, ID

()
www.labor.idaho.gov/dnn/Businesses/Help-with-Unemployment-Tax Illinois

Department of Employment Security
33 South State St
Chicago, IL

()
www.ides.illinois.gov/Pages/Unemployment_Taxes_and_Reporting.aspxIndiana

Department of Workforce Development
10 North Senate Ave
Room SE
Indianapolis, IN

()
www.in.gov/dwd/htmIowa

Workforce Development
East Grand Avenue
Des Moines, IA

()
www.iowaworkforce.org/ui/uiemployers.htmKansas

Department of Labor
SW Topeka Blvd
Topeka, KS

()
www.dol.ks.gov/KansasEmployer.aspxKentucky

Department for Employment Services
P. O. Box
Frankfort, KY

()
www.oet.ky.gov/ui/ui.htmLouisiana

Louisiana Workforce Commission
PO Box
Baton Rouge, LA

()
www.laworks.net/UnemploymentInsurance/UI_Employers.aspMaine

Department of Labor
PO Box
Augusta, ME

()
www.maine.gov/unemployment/employers/ Maryland

Department of Labor, Licensing, & Regulation
North Eutaw St,
Room
Baltimore, MD

()
www.dllr.state.md.us/employment/uitax.shtmlMassachusetts

Division of Employment and Training
19 Staniford Street
Boston, MA

()
www.mass.gov/lwd/unemployment-insur/employer-contributions/Michigan

Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs
W Grand Blvd
Detroit, MI

()
www.michigan.gov/uia#EmployersMinnesota

Department of Employment & Economic Development
Minnesota Street, Suite E
St. Paul, MN

()
www.uimn.org/uimn/employers/Mississippi

Department of Employment Security
PO Box
Jackson, MS

()
www.mdes.ms.gov/employers/unemployment-tax/Missouri

Division of Employment Security
PO Box 59
Jefferson City, MO

()
labor.mo.gov/EmployersMontana

Unemployment Insurance Division
PO Box
Helena, MT

()
http://uid.dli.mt.gov/Nebraska

Department of Labor
Box
State House Station
Lincoln, NE

()
dol.nebraska.gov/UITax Nevada

Department of Employment Training and Rehabilitation
East Third Street
Carson City, NV

()
ui.nv.gov/ess.htmlNew Hampshire

Department of Employment Security
32 South Main Street
Concord, NH

()
www.nhes.nh.gov/services/employers/claimtax.htmNew Jersey

Department of Labor & Workforce Development
PO Box
Trenton, NJ

()
lwd.dol.state.nj.usNew Mexico

Department of Workforce Solutions
PO Box
Albuquerque, NM

()
www.dws.state.nm.us/UI-Tax-InformationNew York

Department of Labor
State Campus, Building 12
Room
Albany, NY

()
www.labor.ny.gov/home/businesses.phpNorth Carolina

Employment Security Commission
PO Box
Raleigh, NC

()
des.nc.gov/need-help/faqs/employer-tax-faqsNorth Dakota

Job Service of North Dakota
PO Box
Bismarck, ND

()
www.jobsnd.com/unemployment-businessOhio

Department of Job & Family Services
PO Box
Columbus, OH

()
eric.ohio.gov/Oklahoma

Employment Security Commission
PO Box
Oklahoma City, OK

()
oklahoma.gov/oesc/employers.html Oregon

Employment Department
Union Street NE
Room
Salem, OR

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www.oregon.gov/employ/taxPennsylvania

Dept of Labor and Industry
7th and Forster Street, Room
Harrisburg, PA

()
www.uc.pa.gov/employers-uc-services-uc-tax/uc-overview/Pages/UC-overview.aspxPuerto Rico

Department of Labor and Human Resources
PO Box
San Juan, PR

()
patronos.trabajo.pr.gov/patronos/acercade.aspx?Id=&M=&F=12Rhode Island

Division of Taxation
One Capitol Hill, Ste 36
Providence, RI

()
www.uitax.ri.govSouth Carolina

Employment Security Commission
PO Box
Columbia, SC

()
dew.sc.gov/employers/unemployment-insurance-tax-programsSouth Dakota

Department of Labor
PO Box
Aberdeen, SD

()
dlr.sd.gov/ra/businesses/default.aspxTennessee

Department of Labor and Workforce Development
French Landing Drive
Nashville, TN

()
www.tn.gov/workforce/employers/tax-and-insurance-redirect/unemployment-insurance-tax.htmlTexas

Workforce Commission
PO Box
Austin, TX

()
www.texas.gov/Utah

Department of Workforce Services
PO Box
Salt Lake City, UT

()
jobs.utah.gov/ui/employer/employerhome.aspxVermont

Department of Labor
PO Box
Montpelier, VT

()
labor.vermont.gov/unemployment-insurance/ui-employers/Virgin Islands

Department of Labor
PO Box
St. Thomas, VI

()
www.vidol.gov/unemployment/Virginia

Employment Commission
PO Box
Richmond, VA

()
www.vec.virginia.gov/unemployedWashington

Employment Security Department
PO Box
Olympia, WA

()
esd.wa.gov/employer-taxes West Virginia

Bureau of Employment Programs
California Avenue
Charleston, WV

()
workforcewv.org/unemployment/employers Wisconsin

Department of Workforce Development
PO Box
Madison, WI

()
dwd.wisconsin.gov/uitax/Wyoming

Unemployment Tax Division
PO Box
Casper, WY

()
wyomingworkforce.org/businesses/ui/
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Arizona Employer Tax Information

To sign up for Square’s online payroll service in Arizona, you must be a registered employer with the Arizona Department of Revenue and the Department of Economic Security, and provide us with your Arizona Unemployment Tax Account Number and your Unemployment Insurance (UI) rate.

Add Your Arizona Payroll Account Numbers to Square Payroll

You must be registered as an employer to have an Arizona Withholding Account Number and an Arizona Unemployment Tax Account Number. These numbers are required so we can make Arizona state tax payments and filings on your behalf.

Don’t Have Your Arizona Tax Account Numbers?

The easiest way to get your Arizona Payroll tax account numbers is by registering online with the Arizona Department of Revenue and the Department of Economic Security. Online registration registers you with both the Department of Revenue and the Department of Economic Security.

After your registration is processed (online processing can take weeks), you will receive your eight-digit (XXXXXXXX) Arizona Unemployment Tax Account Number.

If you have already registered, have not yet received your Unemployment Tax Account Number, and it has been more than one month since you registered, please contact the Employer Registration Unit at

Your Arizona Withholding Account Number is the same number as your nine digit (XX-XXXXXXX) Federal Employment Identification Number (EIN). This number will auto-populate in the Withholding Account Number field when you enter your EIN during Square Payroll sign up. You must be registered with the State of Arizona Department of Revenue for your EIN to be linked to your Arizona account.

Learn how to locate or obtain an EIN.

Can’t Locate Your Arizona Unemployment Tax Account Number?

To locate your Unemployment Tax Account Number:

  • If you’ve filed state payroll tax returns in the past, you can find your Unemployment Tax Account Number on any previously submitted Unemployment Tax and Wage Report (UC). The Unemployment Tax Account Number is an eight-digit number in the following format: XXXXXXXX.

  • Call the Arizona Department of Economic Security at

Add Your Arizona UI Tax Rate to Square Payroll

You must provide your UI Tax Rate when signing up for Square Payroll so we can accurately withhold this tax. To locate your UI Tax Rate:

  • If you are a new employer, you will be provided with your UI Tax Rate when you complete the registration process. The default rate for new employers is % for a minimum of two calendar years.

  • If you are an existing employer, you can find your UI Tax Rate on the Determination of Unemployment Tax Rate (Form UC) that the Department of Employment Security mails each January to all registered employees.

  • Call the Arizona Department of Economic Security at

You are responsible for ensuring Square Payroll has the correct UI Tax Rate for your business. Please contact us if you need to update your rate.

Review a full list of tax resources for all Square Payroll supported states.

Arizona State Tax Details

Square Payroll processes the following per the frequency below to the listed state agencies:

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Arizona Payroll Topics

The Grand Canyon State has a progressive income tax system where the income taxes are relatively low compared to the rest of the country. Use the Arizona paycheck calculators to see the taxes on your paycheck.

Arizona Tax Information

Withholding Requirements

Employers and employees are subject to income tax withholding. There are federal and state withholding requirements

  • Register as an employer on the Arizona Department of Revenue website

  • Employee's Withholding Tax Exemption Certificate

    : A-4

  • Withholding Method

    : percent of gross pay

  • Supplemental Rate

    : percent of gross pay

Arizona State Unemployment Insurance (SUI)

  • Arizona Wage Base

    : $7, for

  • Arizona SUI Rates range from

    : % to % for

  • Arizona new employer rate

    : % for

Arizona State Disability Insurance (SDI)

Arizona State Labor Laws

  • Arizona Minimum Wage

    : $ per hour

  • Arizona Termination Pay

    :
    • Employee is fired — pay within seven working days or the end of the next regular pay period, whichever is sooner.
    • Employee quits — pay by the next regular payday
  • Paid Sick Leave

    — employees are entitled to paid sick leave, at the rate of one hour of paid sick time for every 30 hours worked. Limits apply based on the size of the employer

Arizona New Hire Reporting

Remit Withholding for Child Support to

Arizona Reciprocal States

  • California

  • District of Columbia

  • Indiana

  • Oregon

  • Virginia

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Arizona Withholding Forms

  • A-4

    — Employee's Arizona Withholding Election
    Type: Resident
  • WEC

    — Employee Withholding Exemption Certificate
    Type: Exempt
  • A-4V

    — Voluntary Withholding Request for Arizona Resident Employed Outside of Arizona
    Type: Resident working outside state
  • A-4C

    — Request for Reduced Withholding to Designate for Tax Credits
    Type: Tax adjustment

Arizona Payroll Calculators

Calculate your Arizona net pay or take home pay by entering your pay information, W4, and Arizona state W4 information.

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