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6-1205.01. Net worth requirements

A. Each applicant for a license shall have and each licensee shall maintain at all times a net worth of at least one hundred thousand dollars, calculated according to generally accepted accounting principles.

B. Any licensee who is engaged in the business regulated under this chapter at more than one location pursuant to section 6-1207 or through authorized delegates pursuant to section 6-1208 shall have an additional net worth of fifty thousand dollars for each location or authorized delegate located in this state, as applicable, to a maximum of five hundred thousand dollars.

C. A licensee whose business conducts a total of more than five hundred thousand dollars in transactions that involve transmitting money in an amount of one thousand dollars or more during the preceding year shall maintain net worth in addition to the amounts required by subsections A and B of this section. The additional net worth shall be not less than ten per cent of the total of such transactions conducted in this state, calculated according to generally accepted accounting principles to a maximum of five hundred thousand dollars.

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Statutes > Arizona > Title6 > 6-1205.01

6-1205.01. Net worth requirements

A. Each applicant for a license shall have and each licensee shall maintain at all times a net worth of at least one hundred thousand dollars, calculated according to generally accepted accounting principles.

B. Any licensee who is engaged in the business regulated under this chapter at more than one location pursuant to section 6-1207 or through authorized delegates pursuant to section 6-1208 shall have an additional net worth of fifty thousand dollars for each location or authorized delegate located in this state, as applicable, to a maximum of five hundred thousand dollars.

C. A licensee whose business conducts a total of more than five hundred thousand dollars in transactions that involve transmitting money in an amount of one thousand dollars or more during the preceding year shall maintain net worth in addition to the amounts required by subsections A and B of this section. The additional net worth shall be not less than ten per cent of the total of such transactions conducted in this state, calculated according to generally accepted accounting principles to a maximum of five hundred thousand dollars.


State Codes and Statutes

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Statutes > Arizona > Title6 > 6-1205.01

6-1205.01. Net worth requirements

A. Each applicant for a license shall have and each licensee shall maintain at all times a net worth of at least one hundred thousand dollars, calculated according to generally accepted accounting principles.

B. Any licensee who is engaged in the business regulated under this chapter at more than one location pursuant to section 6-1207 or through authorized delegates pursuant to section 6-1208 shall have an additional net worth of fifty thousand dollars for each location or authorized delegate located in this state, as applicable, to a maximum of five hundred thousand dollars.

C. A licensee whose business conducts a total of more than five hundred thousand dollars in transactions that involve transmitting money in an amount of one thousand dollars or more during the preceding year shall maintain net worth in addition to the amounts required by subsections A and B of this section. The additional net worth shall be not less than ten per cent of the total of such transactions conducted in this state, calculated according to generally accepted accounting principles to a maximum of five hundred thousand dollars.

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