Income Tax Lawyers in Tucson, Arizona

Find the right Income Tax attorney in Tucson, AZ

In Tucson, Arizona, an income tax is imposed on a certain percentage of the income of all individuals and businesses. Generally, income from all sources may be taxed. The federal government has the authority to impose an income tax thanks to the 16th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, enacted in 1916 after the Supreme Court had, on more than one occasion, found a federal income tax to be unconstitutional. Of course, before and after the creation of the federal income tax, states, including Arizona were allowed to impose income taxes of their own.

The federal income tax must be paid by everyone in the U.S. However, you must only pay the state income tax of the state you live in. You should talk with a financial adviser or tax lawyer in Tucson, Arizona if you are not clear about what your state and federal tax liability.

Income Tax Deductions in Tucson, Arizona

A tax deduction is a reduction in one's taxable income. For example, if a person makes ,000 per year, and receives a ,000 tax deduction, they will only have to pay taxes on the remaining ,000.

This should not be conflated with a tax credit, which is a reduction in your tax bill. A tax credit usually results in a greater reduction in tax liability than a reduction in the same amount.

Many common expenses in Tucson can be deducted, in whole or in part, from your taxable income. Federal tax deductions include charitable contributions, union dues, interest paid on a mortgage, and state and local taxes.

How Can A Tucson, Arizona Tax Attorney Help?

Income tax laws in Tucson, Arizona can get very complex. You should speak with an accountant or tax attorney if you have any questions about your income tax liability.

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Life in Tucson

Tucson is a major city in Arizona and the county seat of Pima County. With a population of about 548,000, it is the second largest city in Arizona after Phoenix. Tucson is just over 100 miles from Phoenix and about an hour away from the U.S.-Mexico Border.

Often called "The Old Pueblo", Tucson is an attractive mix of traditional southwestern culture and modern innovations. The downtown area of Tucson has retained much of its historic southwest feel. Several downtown buildings such as the Hotel Congress and the Art Deco Fox Theater were constructed in the 1920's. Midtown Tucson also draws many visitors to the city. For example, the University of Arizona is located in midtown, which includes Arizona Stadium as well as the McKale Center.

The tourism industry fuels much of Tucson's economy, with some 3.5 million visitors bringing in over billion a year. Tucson's warm climate attracts many "snowbirds", or winter visitors who often purchase a second home in the city. Popular events for tourists include the Tucson Gem Mineral Show and the Tucson Folk Festival.

Lawyers in Tucson, Arizona handle most of their cases at the Tucson City Court. Tucson lawyers are available to help you understand the many laws that are unique to the state of Arizona.

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