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Arizona Form 309 - Description of Income Taxable to Both AZ and Other State

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Arizona Form 309 - Description of Income Taxable to Both AZ and Other State

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Provide a breakdown of your income which is subject to tax in both Arizona and the other state or country.

Identify the income item from which the income subject to tax in both Arizona and the other state or country is derived. If you have more than one income item, enter each separately. Examples of such income are business income, partnership income, wages, etc.

Enter the amount of income from the item listed on line 1 reportable to both Arizona and the other state or country. This is the amount of income derived from that item which you must include in the income reported to both Arizona and the other state or country.

Enter that portion of the income entered on box 2 which is subject to tax by Arizona. This amount is that portion of the income included in your Arizona adjusted gross income adjusted by any additions or subtractions related to that income required under Arizona law.

Enter that portion of the income entered on box 2 which is subject to tax by the other state or country. This amount is that portion of the income included in the other states or countrys adjusted gross income adjusted by any additions or subtractions related to that income required under the other states or countrys law.

If you are claiming a credit for taxes paid to another country, and that country withheld at the source, and you are not required to file a return with that country, enter the amount of income subject to tax in that foreign country.


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Views: 1357 Created on: Jun 15, 2013
Date updated: Jan 11, 2019
Posted in: States, Arizona

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