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- Creators: Gershwin, George, 1898-1937
The Office of Economic Research & Analysis provides statistical analysis and research services to the department, the Governor’s Office, the Legislature and other political subdivisions as well as the private sector. Tax Facts is a monthly publication providing statistics and information on various tax types.
Arizona’s individual income tax credit for contributions to school tuition organizations, referred to as the private school tax credit, is governed by A.R.S. §43-1089. School tuition organizations must submit a report to the Arizona Department of Revenue by February 28.
The Arizona Tax Expenditure Report is a study prepared for the Governor and the Legislature by the Arizona Department of Revenue's Office of Economic Research and Analysis. The purpose of this report is to provide a better understanding of the costs associated with the existing set of tax exemptions, exclusions, deductions, and credits. There are sections on every tax imposed in Arizona. In each section, provisions dealing with that specific tax type are analyzed.
Arizona Revised Statute § 43-1089.01 provides a non-refundable individual tax credit for fees and cash contributions paid to public schools in Arizona for the support of extracurricular activities or character education programs. This credit is available only to individuals. The credit is equal to the amount of fees paid or amount contributed up to $200 for single or heads of household taxpayers and up to $400 for married taxpayers that file a joint return.
Outstanding bonded indebtedness is reported by cities and towns, counties, community colleges, school districts, state agencies, universities, special districts, and other political subdivisions. These figures represents principal only; no interest is included.