§ 27-3-38.1 Insurance independently procured Duty to report and pay tax.
(a) Each insured in this state who procures or continues or renews insurance with an insurer not licensed to do an insurance business in this state on properties, risks or exposures located or to be performed in whole or in part in this state, other than insurance procured through a surplus lines licensee, shall, within thirty (30) days after the date the insurance was so procured, continued or renewed, file a written report with the tax administrator, upon forms prescribed by the tax administrator, showing the name and address of the insured or insured's, name and address of the insurer, the subject of the insurance, a general description of the coverage, the amount of premium currently charged and additional pertinent information reasonably requested by the tax administrator.
(b) Where the insurance covers properties, risks or exposures located or to be performed both in and out of this state, the sum payable shall be computed based on: (1) An amount equal to four percent (4%) on that portion of the gross premiums allocated to this state pursuant to § 27-3-38.3; plus (2) An amount equal to the portion of the premiums allocated to other states or territories on the basis of the tax rates and fees applicable to properties, risks or exposures located or to be performed outside of this state.
(c) Pursuant to applicable sections of the general laws, the commissioner shall participate in a multi-state surplus lines compact or agreement for the purpose of collecting and disbursing to reciprocal states any funds collected pursuant to subdivision (b)(2) of this section applicable to other properties, risks or exposures located or to be performed outside of this state. To the extent that other states where portions of the properties, risks or exposures reside have failed to enter into compact or reciprocal allocation procedure with this state, the net premium tax collected shall be retained by this state.
(d) Gross premiums charged for the insurance, less any return premiums, are subject to a tax at the rate of four percent (4%). At the time of filing the report required in subsection (a) of this section, the insured shall file with the tax administrator, in the form that he or she may prescribe, a return under oath or affirmation containing information that may be deemed necessary for the determination of the tax imposed by this section. The insured shall at the same time pay the tax due to the tax administrator.
(e) If an independently procured policy covers properties, risks or exposures only partially located or to be performed in this state, the tax payable by the insured shall be computed on the portion of the premium properly attributable to the properties, risks or exposures located or to be performed in this state in the manner provided in § 27-3-38.3.
(f) This section does not abrogate or modify chapter 16 of this title (Unauthorized Insurance Business), or any other provision of this title.
(P.L. 2002, ch. 65, art. 16, § 1; P.L. 2011, ch. 14, § 2; P.L. 2011, ch. 22, § 2.)