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Arizona employers must pay at least $10.50 an hour to covered employees. The minimum wage is adjusted annually for inflation. Employers can pay tipped employees cash wages of at least $7.50 an hour. Arizona employers can average tips over the course of a payroll period.
Arizona Payroll for EmployersArizona employers must pay wages at least twice in a calendar month. Payments must be no longer than 16 days apart and within five working days after the pay period ends. Overtime pay or exception pay must be paid no later than 15 days after it is earned.
Taxable Wage Base ($000) 7,000
New Employer Rate (% Taxable Wages) 2.0
Employee Tax Rate ( % Taxable Wages) None
Period Effective Calendar Year 2018
Arizona Income Tax Withholding
The Arizona Tax Act of 1987 requires employers to withhold state income tax from the wages of residents and non-residents and to remit the amounts withheld to the Arizona Department of Revenue.
Arizona has reciprocal taxation agreements with California, the District of Columbia, Indiana, Oregon and Virginia. Residents of any of these states who work in Arizona can request an exemption from income tax withholding in Arizona by filing Form WEC, Withholding Exemption Certificate.
Part-time or seasonal agricultural workers are exempt unless the workers' principal duties involve operating mechanically driven devices. However, persons engaged in other agriculture-related employment, which is not seasonal, are subject to withholding.
Employer Right to Schedule Voting Hours Yes
Pay Deduction for Voting Time Leave Prohibited
Arizona requires employers to allow employees sufficient leave time to vote. The law does not specify the exact amount of leave time that must be granted. Unless they have a different agreement with employees, employers can grant time off at the beginning or end of a regular work shift, whichever gives employees the most time for voting and the least time away from work.
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