When you register for a sales tax permit in Arizona, the form will ask you to identify which counties you would like to get a sales tax permit in. This is because Arizona requires that you collect and remit sales tax at both the local and state levels. If you do not have a physical operation in Arizona (or have decided not to collect/remit at the local level) you can opt to not receive a county sales tax license.. You can look up what county your business is located in by using this free tool online.

    In addition, the state of Arizona charges $12 to process each application.

    Arizona’s Counties with Sales Tax Include:


    Registration Fee
    Benson $5
    Bisbee $1
    Buckeye $2
    Bullhead City $2
    Camp Verde $2
    Carefree $10
    Casa Grande $2
    Cave Creek $20
    Chino Valley $2
    Clarkdale $2
    Clifton $2
    Colorado City $2
    Coolidge $2
    Cottonwood $2
    Dewey/Humboldt $2
    Duncan $2
    Eager $10
    El Mirage $15
    Eloy $10
    Florence $2
    Fountain Hills $2
    Fredonia $10
    Gila Bend $2
    Gilbert $2
    Globe $2
    Goodyear $5
    Guadalupe $2
    Hayden $5
    Holbrook $1
    Huachuca City $2
    Jerome $2
    Kerny $2
    Kingman $2
    Lake Havasu $5
    Litchfield Park $2
    Mammoth $2
    Marana $5
    Maricopa $2
    Miami $2
    Oro Valley $12
    Page $2
    Paradise Valley $2
    Parker $2
    Patagonia $25
    Payson $2
    Pima $2
    Pinetop/Lakeside $2
    Prescott Valley $2
    Quartzsite $2
    Queen Creek $2
    Safford $2
    San Luis $2
    Sahuarita $5
    Show Low $2
    Sierra Vista $1
    Snowflake $2
    Somerton $2
    South Tucson $2
    Springerville $2
    St. Johns $2
    Star Valley $2
    Superior $2
    Surprise $10
    Taylor $2
    Thatcher $2
    Tolleson $2
    Tombstone $1
    Tusayan $2
    Wellton $2
    Wickenburg $2
    Willcox $1
    Williams $2
    Winkelman $2
    Winslow $10
    Toungtown $10
    Yuma $2


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