Why is it so important to pass the Protect Arizona Taxpayers Act now
Who would a service tax affect most?
Financial Impact on Government
How the Act Protects Arizonans
No Effect on Sales Tax
A few examples of the types of services that could be affected:
Childcare, rent, health care, and tutoring among others.
Health Care Services
Physicians, surgeons, nurses, physical therapists, dentists, eye doctors and counselors.
Construction, plumbing, lawn care, heating and air conditioning, installations and repairs, appraisals and inspections.
Haircuts, manicures, tattoos, dry cleaning, car repairs and funerals.
Banking, accounting, advertising, technical installations and real estate.
Vaccinations, microchipping, wellness visits, grooming, spay/neuter and more.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is a service tax?
How would the Protect Arizona Taxpayers Act affect existing sales taxes on goods?
How would passing this initiative affect local and statewide government?
Why is it so important to pass the Protect Arizona Taxpayers Act now?
How would passing the Protect Arizona Taxpayers Act affect sales taxes for goods bought online?
Who is backing the Protect Arizona Taxpayers Act?
What kinds of services would the Protect Arizona Taxpayers Act keep taxfree?
Will passing this ballot measure affect the government’s ability to raise money to pay teachers and fund school programs?
The Protect Arizona Taxpayers Act will have no effect on current education funding. As the economy grows so will revenue for increasing teacher pay. The Protect Arizona Taxpayers campaign supports fair teacher pay, quality schools and opportunities for all students to succeed.
Service taxes negatively affect low-moderate income earning Arizonans the most. Teachers and support staff are low-moderate income earners and would have to pay a service tax were it to become law. Protect Arizona Taxpayers Act will directly help teachers and classified education employees because it’s passage would protect all Arizonans from any new service taxes from being implemented
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Join our Coalition to Protect Arizonans from New Taxes
It’s time to ban forever any sales tax on professional services that Arizonans use every day – services ranging from advertising to haircuts to rents to manicures to medical care. These services are not currently taxable, and the amendment would finally stop any efforts to impose new taxes on services.