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What are the tax tables for Arizona?

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The State of Arizona provides sales taxes for each city and county on the Arizona Department of Revenue website. Additionally, state income tax brackets are available at Tax-Brackets.org.

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The Arizona Department of Revenue website provides a full table of all non-income tax rates, including sales taxes, 911 telecommunications fees and contracting taxes. These taxes vary by county and city, but the Department of Revenue website allows users to view the tax rates either by county or city, or to view them all across the state, with variations listed across a table.

The income tax bracket table available from Tax-Brackets.org provides information on the rates that both individuals and couples pay for the annual state income tax. It also provides a calculator that allows taxpayers to receive an estimation of the amount due or the amount refundable. To accomplish this, users first enter their incomes and filing status, such as single, married filing jointly or separately, or head of household. They can then enter the number of dependants and any allowable exemptions. There is also a more sophisticated version that allows users to calculate both federal and state income tax, and then factor in tax credits. It is only an estimation, so consultation with a tax advisor may be necessary.

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