Surplus Lines Tax 

What is Surplus Lines Tax?

Surplus Lines taxes are a state tax associated with surplus lines premiums. These taxes vary from state to state and may change often. Insurance agencies must file surplus lines tax by state.

Understanding Surplus Lines Tax

Each state calculates surplus lines taxes differently. This can become complex if you write surplus lines in multiple states. It is important to stay organized and stay on top of all your different surplus lines tax deadlines in order to stay compliant. Failure to file correctly or on time can lead to hefty fines and penalties. However, utilizing a surplus lines filing service or surplus lines tax calculator can keep you compliant.

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