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Bouse/Salome/Wenden
 
Corporate Income Tax
 
Numerous parcels are available with access to the Arizona & California Railroad Co., based in Parker. Its 240 miles of track provide for easy movement of goods to Los Angeles and Phoenix. For more information, contact the Arizona Outback Coalition for Economic Development at (928) 927-5600 or the La Paz County Department of Community Development at (928) 669-6138.
 
Corporate income tax rate is 6.968 percent effective for taxable years beginning from and after December 31, 2000.
Source: Arizona Department of Revenue
 
       
Colorado River Indian Reservation
 
 
 
2008 Property Tax
 
The 140-acre Colorado River Tribes Industrial Park is fully improved with paved streets, all utilities and rail, air and highway access. Contact the Colorado River Indian Tribes Resources Development Committee, Rt. 1–Box 23B, Parker, AZ 85344 or call (928) 669-9211.
 
community
School district
City/Fire
countywide
total
   
Bouse
6.31
2.07
4.06
12.44
Parker
 
Ehrenberg
1.37
1.73
4.06
7.16
The Town of Parker has an industrial park zoned for light and heavy industry with sites from five to 38 acres. Contact the Parker Economic Development Office, c/o Parker Area Chamber of Commerce, 1217 California Ave., Parker, AZ 85344; (928) 669-2174 for more information.
The Arizona & California Railroad Company, Ltd. has two parcels available for industrial development. A 15-acre parcel is adjacent to the railroad in Parker and has all utilities. The other parcel is 100 acres and is in the annexed area known as Parker South. Contact the Railroad at: 1301 California Avenue, Parker, AZ 85344 or the Parker Area Chamber of Commerce at (928) 669- 2174.
The Colorado River Tribe owns a 100-acre industrial park in Parker.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Parker
0.81
0.00
4.06
4.87
 
Quartzsite
3.78
0.00
4.06
7.84
 
Salome
5.44
1.80
4.06
11.30
 
Wenden
6.11
1.62
4.06
11.79
 
Source: Arizona Tax Research Foundation, 2008 (Rate is per $100 of assessed value).
 
 
 
 
           
           
 
Sales Tax
 
 
 
 
 
The state imposes a 5.6 percent transaction privilege (sales) tax on most business activities. La Paz County has a 1 percent general sales tax. Parker has a 2 percent city sales tax and Quartzsite has a 2.5 percent city sales tax. Parker has an additional 3 percent tax on hotel and motel stays.
 
 
 
 
 
Source: League of Arizona Cities and Towns
 
 
 
 
   
   
   
Payroll Tax
   
Payroll taxes in Arizona are computed based on federal filing by
employers and employees. Generally, withholding for state payroll taxes is between 10 and 32 percent of federal withholding based on employees' income.
   
Source: Arizona Department of Revenue