Tag: Arizona taxes

Arizona’s Poorest Income Earners Pay the Most in Taxes

| November 22, 2015
Arizona’s Poorest Income Earners Pay the Most in Taxes

According to the Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy (ITEP), the poorest Arizona households pay $12.50 in state and local taxes for every $100 in income, compared to just $4.60 of for the state’s richest residents…

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Do you know where your tax dollars are going?

| July 27, 2015
Do you know where your tax dollars are going?

Here is some information on what tax cuts could mean for Arizona’s future and Arizona’s economy. This updated version includes information about the fiscal year 2016 budget, facts about Arizona’s job growth and recovery from the recession, and the latest comparisons of Arizona’s public education funding to the rest of the nation.

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Tax Check-Off Campaign

| February 18, 2015
Tax Check-Off Campaign

The tax check off campaign provides the opportunity for Arizona residents to donate to the Child Abuse Prevention fund on their Arizona income tax return form – line 65. For more information about the tax check-off campaign click HERE.

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Donate to the Child Abuse Prevention Fund

| January 26, 2015
Donate to the Child Abuse Prevention Fund

The tax check off campaign provides the opportunity for Arizona residents to donate to the Child Abuse Prevention fund on their Arizona income tax return form – line 65.

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Q & A: Arizona’s State Budget and Taxes

| January 12, 2015
Q & A: Arizona’s State Budget and Taxes

Did you know that Arizona has the lowest spending per student on K-12 administration of any state in the country? Or that tax cuts adopted by our legislature and Governor Brewer just since the Great Recession began account for more than one third of the projected budget deficit next fiscal year? You can find these […]

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