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Tuesday, February 26, 2013

ADOT has an online tool to provide vehicle tax details

It's that time of year again...

Now that tax season is here, EZ Vehicle Fee Recap is once again available from the Arizona Department of Transportation's Motor Vehicle Division to help you prepare your 2012 income tax return. The free EZ Vehicle Fee Recap Program allows Arizona vehicle owners to view their own report of registration fees and taxes paid in the prior calendar year.

While vehicle owners are advised to consult with a tax-preparation professional or seek guidance from the Internal Revenue Service or Arizona Department of Revenue, the EZ Vehicle Fee Recap Program provides a simple report of registration fees that can be viewed or printed. To begin the easy process, the user just has to enter their name, Arizona driver license or customer identification number and follow the screen prompts. Information on ServiceArizona.com is transmitted securely using encryption technology.

“This is one of our most popular features during tax season,” said MVD Director Stacey Stanton. “We want to publicize this free service to as many customers as possible.”

Each report contains information about fees paid through the vehicle license tax, registration (personal and commercial), air quality, air quality compliance, emission in lieu, weight, motor carrier, use, postage and handling, penalty, serial number, specialty plate, transfer, processing, diesel, or Department of Revenue/sales tax.

Find the website for the EZ Vehicle Fee Recap online at servicearizona.com/webapp/feeRecap/.
Posted by Angela DeWelles   |  Labels:  ADOT, MVD, Vehicle-Registration


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