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How Do I Update My Arizona Tax Tables?

Where do I find the tax tables?

For information on AZ tax withholdings, refer to the current year's form Arizona Withholding Percentage Election form A4 from the AZ Department of Revenue.

Which tables do I use?

The amount of AZ income tax to be withheld is a percentage of federal income tax withholding. The percentage rate is elected by the employee on the current year's Arizona Withholding Percentage Election form A4. Figure 1 shows a sample of the rates.

Note that the figures shown in this document are for demonstration purposes only, and may not be current. Please consult the current publication for the most up-to-date information. Though the figures change periodically, the method of calculation should remain the same. If the calculation method has changed for this state please notify the webmaster.

Figure 1 - AZ Withholding Percentages 2024


How to setup/update the tables in PowerChurch Plus

To setup/update PowerChurch Plus for AZ state tax withholdings shown in Figure 1 above, select the Accounting menu, Payroll, Setup, then Maintain Tax Tables. A separate table will need to be created for each percentage rate.

Click Add to enter a new table, or use the Find/Locate buttons to select an existing AZ tax table to update. When adding a new table, you will be prompted for the type of tax table you're adding. Select State: Arizona (Post 7/2010). For each table, enter the following information:

  • Description: Enter a unique name to identify the tax table (for example, "Arizona 0.5%").
  • Tax type: The type of tax in which this table applies. In this instance, select State Tax.
  • Percentage of Federal Income Tax: Enter the percentage rate of federal tax to be withheld.
  • Round tax to nearest whole dollar: If required, check this box to round the calculated tax amount to the nearest whole dollar.

When you are done, the screen should look like this:

Figure 2 - AZ State Tax Table

Follow the instructions just described for any other percentage rates.

Created: 12/03/2009
Last updated: 12/27/2023