Welcome to the Town of Gilbert Tax Compliance Division webpage. We are here to help you navigate the requirements both locally and statewide for Transaction Privilege Tax. If you have specific questions, feel free to contact us at SalesTax@GilbertAZ.gov or by phone from the contact list.
If you have questions about property tax in Gilbert, please contact the Maricopa County Assessor's Office at (602) 506-3406.
Free Business Tax Workshop
Thursday, February 20, 2020
Joins us for this free workshop to learn about Arizona's transaction privilege tax, licensing your business with the AZ Department of Revenue & the Town of Gilbert, and filing and paying your tax returns.
|General Tax Information
|File & Pay Online
You can file your TPT return, make payments and limited changes to your TPT license. To learn more view the AZTaxes Tutorials.
|Residential & Commercial
Renting out a residence is taxable in Gilbert
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Have questions? Email us at: SalesTax@GilbertAZ.gov
Additional Information and Links:
- Town of Gilbert Tax Code
- Model City Tax Code
- League of Arizona Cities & Towns
- General Sales Tax Rates of Arizona Cities & Towns
- Maricopa County Assessor's Office - Property Valuations
- Maricopa County Treasurer's Office - Property Tax Information
- Gilbert Chamber of Commerce
You can now renew your TPT license online at AZTaxes.gov. Only businesses with one location will receive a renewal notice in the US Mail; all other businesses are required to renew online. While the Town of Gilbert does not have a renewal fee, all businesses must renew their license in order to receive the 2020 TPT License.
The due date to renew your TPT license is January 1, 2020. Please take this opportunity to update and verify account information (for example, if your business or a location closed) to prevent possible fees and penalties.
The Arizona Department of Revenue has partnered with the Town of Gilbert to host a class in Gilbert on AZTaxes.gov on December 11, 2019. Registration information can be found here.
If you don’t have an AZTaxes account, YouTube tutorials are available here.
Additional information can be found on the AZDOR website (renewal fees for all municipalities can be found at the bottom of the page).