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20-401.07. Premium receipts tax on industrial insureds contracting with unauthorized insurer; definitions
A. Every industrial insured under a contract procured from an unauthorized insurer shall pay to the director for coverage on Arizona single-state risks or to the clearinghouse for coverage on multistate risks on or before the dates prescribed by in section 20-415 a premium receipts tax of three per cent of the gross premiums, less premiums returned on account of cancellation or reduction of premium. Such insurance procured by an insured whose home state is Arizona, whether procured through negotiation or an application, in whole or in part occurring or made within or outside of this state, or for which premiums in whole or in part are remitted directly or indirectly from within or outside of this state, shall be deemed to be insurance effectuated or continued in this state.
B. Beginning January 1, 2015 and every five years thereafter, the amounts listed in subsection C, paragraph 1, subdivisions (a) and (e) shall be adjusted to reflect the percentage change for the five-year period in the consumer price index for all urban consumers published by the bureau of labor statistics of the United States department of labor.
C. For the purposes of this section:
1. "Industrial insured" means an insured whose home state is Arizona, that applies for or procures any insurance that is subject to article 4.1 of this chapter through the use of a qualified risk manager, that has aggregate annual gross premiums for insurance on all property and casualty risks that are subject to article 4.1 of this chapter totaling at least one hundred thousand dollars as of the insured's preceding fiscal year end and that meets one of the following criteria:
(a) Possesses a net worth of over twenty million dollars as of the preceding fiscal year end of the industrial insured as verified by a certified public accountant.
(b) Has net revenues or sales exceeding fifty million dollars as of the preceding fiscal year end of the industrial insured as verified by a certified public accountant.
(c) Has more than five hundred full-time employees or equivalent per individual company or is a member of an affiliated group employing more than one thousand employees in the aggregate.
(d) Is a municipality with a population of more than fifty thousand persons.
(e) Is a nonprofit organization or public entity generating annual budgeted expenditures of at least thirty million dollars.
2. "Qualified risk manager" has the same meaning prescribed in the nonadmitted and reinsurance reform act of 2010 (15 United States Code section 8206).