Small Business Tax & Accounting in Arizona

Learn how America’s leading virtual accounting firm for small businesses will prepare your taxes, advise you, and maximize your tax savings in Arizona.

Arizona: Work With the Leading Virtual Accounting Firm for Small Businesses

1-800Accountant’s services are powered by a team of Certified Public Accountants (CPA), Enrolled Agents (EA), and tax professionals and technology, enabling Arizona businesses to minimize tasks while maximizing savings. This allows owners to focus their time and energy on growing their businesses in the Grand Canyon State while we handle the rest.

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Our CPAs have more than 17 Years of experience on average.
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Business Taxes. We save small businesses more than $12,000 per year on taxes and maximize your refund.
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Year-Round Support. Get unlimited access to a dedicated accounting team and proactive, year-round tax planning and advice.
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Our Accounting Services for Arizona Small Businesses

1-800Accountant handles all of your tedious, time-consuming bookkeeping and accounting duties with seamless end-to-end services purpose-built to help your small business develop and grow.
Business Tax Preparation
Get your taxes prepared and filed by a small business tax accountant experienced in your industry, and always have confidence in your business tax situation. Save thousands annually by leaving the complexities of Arizona tax prep to your experienced CPA!
Strengthen your financial foundation and manage your cash flow with error-free bookkeeping that saves time and generates important data-backed business insights. This detailed work, with its thorough information, provides the best tools for interpreting data, making financial decisions, monitoring your small business cash flow, and forecasting that allows your accountant to generate crucial financial modeling.
Tax Advisory
Get the advice you need from a personal CPA for small businesses with affordable, year-round tax advisory that ensures compliance and aids in strategic planning while minimizing your business tax liability in Arizona. Because for businesses, tax season doesn't end in April.
Save hours each and every pay period with burdensome payroll done for you with taxes submitted to the state, ensuring accuracy and freedom to focus on other aspects of your business.
Business Formation
Experience the advantages of officially establishing your business in the state of Arizona with our complimentary incorporation services. Just pay Arizona state fees, and we'll handle the rest so you can hire employees, create a business bank account, and enjoy an adjusted tax burden and maximum tax savings.

Why New Business Owners Choose 1-800Accountant

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“Personable, professional service with pinpoint analysis. Not a vague overview, provided specific outline of what I needed to do & when.. Thank you!”
December 2023
Rated 5 out of 5 stars, Trustpilot
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“Setting up my account was easy. The terms were generous and laid out clearly. My accountant, Alan D has been a marked improvement from my last CPA. Alan has 30+ years of experience and has been very helpful in streamlining my taxes, helping me to find solutions for saving on my liabilities, even going so far as to work with me on an amended return for last year. He's knowledgeable, articulate and creative.”
December 2023
Rated 5 out of 5 stars, Trustpilot
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“I'm really liking their services. I'm new to all of this and Marcie M and team has been great throughout the whole process. Everybody needs to get a tax advisor!”
December 2023
Rated 5 out of 5 stars, Trustpilot
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Small Business Tax & Accounting in Arizona

Arizona, the Grand Canyon State, features excellent weather, a business-friendly climate, and the world-class cities of Tuscan, Phoenix, and Scottsdale. This makes Arizona an attractive place for entrepreneurs and other businesspeople to establish businesses. And considering startups have a high survival rate after the first year, it’s another reason Arizona is so popular. But a higher overall tax burden – roughly in the middle of all 50 states – puts the state at a disadvantage compared to more tax-friendly alternatives. 

Thriving in such an environment takes effort and planning, which includes taking a strategic approach to your business tax liability. This is where 1-800Accountant, America’s leading virtual accounting firm for small businesses, can help Arizonans. A free virtual business consultation – usually 30 minutes or less – can preview how our suite of professional bookkeeping and accounting services can maximize your tax savings in Arizona. 

1-800Accountant 398 S Mill Avenue, Tempe, AZ, 85281 Monday-Friday 8am-5pm MST 888-725-4291
Map for Small Business Tax & Accounting in Arizona

Serving Small Businesses Throughout the Entire State of Arizona.

Including businesses in:
  • Phoenix
  • Tucson
  • Mesa
  • Chandler
  • Gilbert
  • Glendale
  • Scottsdale
  • Peoria
  • Arizona FAQs

    Arizona ranks in the middle of all 50 states regarding the overall tax burden. While some states have a lower tax rate, Arizona has a reputation for being a business-friendly state.

    The taxes businesses pay in Arizona depend on how they’re formed. For example, corporations pay Arizona’s 4.9% corporate tax rate, while owners of pass-through entities, such as LLCs, pay personal taxes on their business’s income.

    Arizona’s corporate income tax rate is 4.9%, which applies to corporations and other entities that don’t feature pass-through taxation.

    Arizona typically ranks as one of the top states for LLCs due to its business-friendly climate.

    The cost to become an LLC in Arizona is a $50 Articles of Organization filing fee paid to the Arizona Corporation Commission. When you form your business with 1-800Accountant, we waive our fees and work with the state on your behalf.

    LLCs are not taxed at the entity level in Arizona. LLCs are pass-through entities, allowing owners to pay personal taxes on their business’s income.

    Depending on the nature of the business, some LLCs must apply for a Transaction Privilege Tax license. This must be renewed annually, and fees vary.

    LLC owners who partake in its profits must pay a self-employment tax of 15.3%, which covers Social Security and other benefits.

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    Talk to a business tax expert today for all your accounting needs in Arizona.

    Get big savings for your small business by working with the professionals at 1-800Accountant. All it takes is a quick call – usually 30 minutes or less – to get started!

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