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WHAT:Â Arizona PBS’ Emmy Award-winning public affairs program “Arizona Horizon” will host a Clean Elections debate, featuring candidates vying for a seat on the Arizona Corporation Commission.
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In a ceremony filled with speeches and congratulations, Boyd Dunn, newly elected in November, was seated on the Arizona Corporation Commission as incumbents Bob Burns and Andy Tobin got new four-year terms. They join Tom Forese and Doug Little who were elected in 2014.
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You can find information on any corporation or business entity in Arizona or another state by performing a search on the Secretary of State website of the state or territory where that corporation is registered. Use the links below to jump straight to the correct search page for Arizona or find the page for another state. This site is not affiliated with any government entity and there is no charge to use it. Please note that while most states provide basic corporation registration information for free, there are some that may require a fee for more detailed information. A search of the business database in the state of Arizona can be conducted by following the instructions found within this tutorial. A business search can be used to investigate the detailed filing history of any registered entity, or to check the availability of a business name prior to registration. You will notice that there are two different website through which a search can be made, one for corporations and limited liability companies and one for partnerships.You may search for corporations and limited liability companies and their officers by accessing a database called eCorp, which provides access to corporation and limited liability company records on file with the Arizona Corporation Commission's Corporations Division: S corp, C corp, and 501c3 are all Internal Revenue Service (I.R.S.) code references. Those designations pertain only to tax status, and are not actually types of corporations. In Arizona, you would simply form either a for-profit corporation or a nonprofit corporation. The corporation’s tax status would later be determined by the I.R.S. and not by the A.C.C. Please note that the I.R.S. may require specific language in the articles of incorporation to obtain tax-exempt status, and that language is NOT included in the Arizona Corporation Commission forms. You should research the I.R.S. requirements at before submitting any documents to the A.C.C.