State-specific Retaliation Issues

Arizona Retaliation Guide

Use this guide when completing Form E-RT to help identify and calculate the taxes, fees, assessments and other obligations that the insurer's domicile imposes upon Arizona insurers. 

Date Description

Recent Document Updates

2/8/2019 Updated version posted containing additional information for four states.  Updates will continue to be published until we receive and incorporate information from all states.
2/4/2019 2018 version posted - some information for some states remains to be published.  Updates will be published as additional information becomes available.

 

Retaliation: Wisconsin-domiciled Insurers

A Wisconsin-domiciled insurer must, for Arizona retaliation purposes, complete the Wisconsin tax and retaliation report the same way that Wisconsin requires an Arizona-domiciled insurer to complete it. 

Form E-RT: Retaliation Report

If the insurer is domiciled in Hawaii, Massachusetts, Minnesota, New York, or Rhode Island, do not complete or file Form E-RT.

For all other foreign/alien insurers, filing complete and correct retaliation reports will allow us serve you efficiently, and with minimal hassle.

Before proceeding with completing the Retaliation Report (Form E-RT):

  • Use the Arizona Retaliation Guide to assist you in identifying taxes, fees and assessments to which Arizona-domiciled insurers are subject in your domicile.
  • Resolve all errors in forms.  Do not submit a form if it contains cells highlighted with a yellow background or red error text.

NOTE:  The Arizona Department of Insurance no longer publishes an Annual Taxes and Fees Data Sheet.

Form Updates

Date Description
1/18/2019 Posted new version

 

Form E-TAX-AGENTS:

You must complete this form if the insurer's domicile requires Arizona insurers to pay appointment fees, appointment renewal fees, appointment termination fees, license fees or license renewal fees. Make sure to post the total from this form to Form E-RT.

2018 Additions to the Rates of Tax

Insurers domiciled in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, South Carolina and West Virginia must include the applicable addition to the rate of tax in the insurer's retaliation calculation.