You may apply to the director for an annual waiver from the electronic payment requirement. The application must be received by December 31 of each year. The director may grant the waiver if any of the following applies:
The employers has no computer.
The employers has no internet access.
Any other circumstance considered to be worthy by the director exists, including:
The employer has a sustained record of timely payments, and,
Pursuant to Arizona Revised Statutes (A.R.S.) § 42-1251(B), except in the case of individual income taxes, if you have an appeal pending under A.R.S. § 42-1251(A), you may bypass the hearing process before the Office of Administrative Hearings or the Arizona Department of Revenue’s (“Department”) Hearing Office and file an appeal directly with the Arizona Board of Tax Appeals or the Arizona Tax Court. To bypass the administrative hearing process, you must request a Bypass Conference with the Department.
Requests for a Bypass Conference must be submitted on this form.
Application for Certification for Qualifying Foster Care Charitable Organization
A charity must apply for and meet all requirements of the law to be considered as a Qualifying Foster Care Charitable Organization. Charitable organizations may apply for certification at any time during the year. Certification is valid for the calendar year in which the application is approved. Applications will generally require two to four weeks for processing.
Application for Certification for Qualifying Charitable Organization
To become a QCO or a QFCCO, a charitable organization must complete the application form [R1] and submit it along with required documentation to ADOR. See the application instructions for details. ADOR will then send a certificate to the primary point of contact for the charitable organization as indicated on the application form.