SURPLUS LINE BROKERS AND INSUREDS INDEPENDENTLY PROCURING NONADMITTED INSURANCE: please note that effective July 1, 2012 allocation by state is no longer required when filing premium tax affidavits when Georgia is the "home" state.A new workbook is available on the website under Forms and Filing Instructions and must be utilized when filing quarterly premium tax affidavits, For additional information regarding the filing change, please refer to Bulletin 12-EX-1. Please DO NOT file zero (no business for the quarter) affidavits until further notice! ONLY file an affidavit when there is business to report.
RISK RETENTION GROUPS - do not file zero affidavits until further notice - PLEASE NOTE, if you are not filing a fourth quarter affidavit, Form GID-213-PT must be filed by the fourth quarter due date of January 15, 2013.
Please call the Premium Tax Division with any questions ... 404-656-7553
INSURANCE COMPANIES LICENSED IN GEORGIA - File quarterly and annual premium tax returns electronically!
The Premium Tax Division is responsible for ensuring compliance with the insurance tax laws, rules and regulations and for processing the premium tax returns for all insurance companies and surplus lines transactions in the State of Georgia. In addition, the Premium Tax Division assesses collects and distributes the County/Municipal Tax and, assesses and collects the Special Insurance Fraud Fund.