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Dear ABA Members, 

 

For the last 5 months the ABA and other stakeholders have been working toward the introduction of TPT reform legislation.  We have worked closely with other industry allies, including the Department of Revenue, the League of Cities, the Arizona Tax Research Association, elected officials and the Construction Financial Management Association (CFMA).  


 

As a result of those efforts we have asked the Legislature to introduce SB 1446 and HB 2590.  These are identical bills. 


 

Here you can download:

Please distribute this information to all interested parties in your company and to others with whom to do business. 


 

The purpose of SB 1446 and HB 2590 is to clarify glaring problems created by prior reform efforts.  We have concentrated on creating a tax structure that is better defined and more closely connected to how the construction industry actually works.  There is universal consensus among all of the parties involved that this is an interim step in the process to further reform, including the ultimate repeal of the prime contracting category.


 

You will be receiving progress reports on the bills as those move through the legislative process.  If you are interested in contacting your legislators, the ABA can help you in that process.


 

Please call or email if you have any questions or concerns.

 

 
Mark Minter
Executive Director
Arizona Builders Alliance
1825 W. Adams
Phoenix, AZ 85007
(602) 274-8222 
(602) 274-8999 fax
mminter@azbuilders.org
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