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Following are the topics covered for the firm application:  
   
Before filling out your firm application, please read the following Frequently Asked Questions.  
     
     
     
     
     
 Sole Practitioner (also known as Sole Proprietor)  
  Please note a sole practitioner is not the same as a single member LLC or a solely owned PC. A sole practitioner is required to renew biennially at the same time the registrant renews his/her CPA license.

Application for a Certified Public Accountant Office – Sole Practitioner Forms

Sole Practitioner Renewal Form
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 Firm  
  This application is for partnerships pursuant to A.R.S. § 32-731(I)(2) which defines partnership as including a professional corporation, a limited liability company and a professional limited liability company.

Please read the FAQs for more specific information.

Application for a Certified Public Accountant Firm Form

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 Other Relevant Forms  
 
Pursuant to A.R.S. § 32-731(B), any owner of a CPA firm who is not licensed as a CPA will need to submit a non-certified owner affidavit to verify they have met the ownership requirements of the statute. NOTE: at least 51% of any CPA firm must be owned by a licensed CPA.
Non-certified Owner Affidavit Form

Pursuant to A.R.S. §§ 32-747(A), any firm wishing to change its name is prohibited from using the new name until approval is received from the Board for the new name. There is no fee associated with changing a firm’s name.
Firm Name-Change Application

Pursuant to A.A.C. R4-1-454(I), a CPA firm is exempt from the requirements of peer review if the firm submits to the Board written verification that it meets at least one of the exemption requirements. The attached affidavit is to be used to meet this requirement (additional information on peer review is available on the Peer Review section of the Firms tab).
Affidavit, Request for Exemption – Peer Review Form
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