Utah Admin. Code R590-197-3 - Extent to Which Paid Assessments Are Qualified Assets
Current through Bulletin No. 2021-18, September 15, 2021
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A. The term "qualified assets" in 31A-17-201 includes guaranty fund or guaranty association assessments paid in any state, but only to the extent it is probable the company will be able to offset those assessments against present or future premium taxes or income taxes paid in the state in which the assessments were paid.
B. The amount of the assessments allowed as qualified assets shall not exceed two and one half times the amount of premium or income taxes paid for the previous calendar year.
C. The insurance commissioner may disallow any such assessment as a qualified asset to the extent the commissioner determines a company is unlikely to realize a present or future premium tax or income tax offset as a result of the assessment.
D. For purposes of subsection (A) above, a company is deemed to have paid income or premium taxes where it actually reduces its gross premium tax liability by use of a credit or other legally allowable deduction.