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  379.1412.  Premium tax required, amount, procedure. — 1.  Each SPLRC shall pay to the director of revenue on or before May first of each year a premium tax at the rate of two hundred fourteen thousandths of one percent on the first twenty million dollars of assumed reinsurance premium, and one hundred forty-three thousandths of one percent on the next twenty million dollars, and forty-eight thousandths of one percent on the next twenty million dollars, and twenty-four thousandths of one percent of each dollar thereafter.  No reinsurance premium tax shall be payable in connection with the receipt of assets in exchange for the assumption of loss reserves and other liabilities of another insurer under common ownership and control if such transaction is part of a plan to discontinue the operations of such other insurer, and if the intent of the parties to such transaction is to renew or maintain such business with the captive insurance company.

  2.  The premium tax imposed by subsection 1 of this section shall constitute all taxes collectible under the laws of this state from any SPLRC, and no other occupation tax or other taxes shall be levied or collected from any captive insurance company by the state or any county, city, or municipality within this state, except ad valorem taxes on real and personal property used in the production of income.

  3.  The annual minimum aggregate tax to be paid by a SPLRC calculated under subsection 1 of this section shall be seven thousand five hundred dollars, and the annual maximum aggregate tax shall be two hundred thousand dollars.

  4.  A SPLRC may deduct from premium taxes payable to this state, in addition to all other credits allowed by law, application fees payable under section 379.1359 and license fees and renewal fees payable under section 379.1364.  A deduction for fees which exceeds a SPLRC's premium tax liability for the same tax year shall not be refundable, but may be carried forward to any subsequent tax year, not to exceed five years, until the full deduction is claimed.

  5.  Every SPLRC shall, on or before February first each year, make a return on a form provided by the director, verified by the affidavit of the company's president and secretary or other authorized officers, to the director stating the amount of all direct premiums received and assumed reinsurance premiums received, whether in cash or in notes, during the year ending on December thirty-first next preceding.  Upon receipt of such returns, the director shall verify the same and certify the amount of tax due from the various companies on the basis and at the rate provided in this section, and shall certify the same to the director of revenue, on or before March thirty-first of each year.  The director of revenue shall immediately thereafter notify and assess each company the amount of tax due.

  6.  A SPLRC failing to make returns as required by subsection 5 of this section, or failing to pay within the time required all taxes assessed by this section, shall be subject to the provisions of sections 148.375 and 148.410.

  7.  Upon receiving the taxes collected under this section from the director of revenue, the state treasurer shall receipt ninety percent thereof into the general revenue fund of the state and the state treasurer shall place the remainder of such taxes collected to the credit of the insurance dedicated fund established under section 374.150, subject to a maximum of three percent of the current fiscal year's appropriation from such fund, and he or she shall place the remainder of such taxes collected to the general revenue fund of the state.

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(L. 2007 S.B. 215, A.L. 2009 H.B. 577)


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