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Glenn Hegar
Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts
Glenn Hegar
Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts
Glenn Hegar
Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts

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Insurance Maintenance Tax Rates and Assessments on 2016 Premiums

The Texas Department of Insurance (TDI) annually sets the maintenance tax rates to fund its operations. Use these rates to compute taxes reported on Form 25-102, Texas Annual Insurance Maintenance, Assessment and Retaliatory Report (PDF). The report and payment are due March 1, 2017.

The list below shows the relevant Texas Insurance Code (TIC) and Texas Labor Code (TLC) statutes.

Maintenance Tax Tax Rate
1. Fire and Allied Lines – TIC Chapter 2520.00364
2. Casualty and Fidelity – TIC Chapter 2530.00072
3. Motor Vehicle – TIC Chapter 2540.00056
4. Workers’ Compensation – TIC Chapter 255 and TLC Section 407A.3020.00064
5. Division of Workers’ Compensation and Office of Injured Employee Counsel (DWC/OIEC) – TLC Section 403.003 and TLC Section 407A.3010.01800
6. Workers’ Compensation Research – TLC Section 405.0030.00016
7. Accident and Health – TIC Chapter 2570.00040
8. Life and Annuities – TIC Chapter 2570.00040
9. Local Mutual Aid Associations – TIC Chapter 2570.00040
10. Non-Profit Legal Services Corporations (revenues) – TIC Chapter 2600.00021
11. Title Companies – TIC Chapter 2710.00103
12. Third-Party Administrator (TPA) fees – TIC Chapter 2590.00010
13. Enrollees – Basic Health Care Service – TIC Chapter 258$0.69
14. Enrollees – Single Health Care Service – TIC Chapter 258$0.23
15. Enrollees – Limited Health Care Service –TIC Chapter 258$0.23
Office of Public Insurance Counsel Assessment Tax Rate
16. All lines of property and casualty policies – TIC Chapter 5010.05700
17. Accident and health policies/certificates of coverage – TIC Chapter 5010.05700
18. Life policies/certificates of coverage – TIC Chapter 501 0.05700
19. HMO policies/certificates of coverage – TIC Chapter 5010.05700
20. Title policies – TIC Chapter 5010.05700

More Information

Contact the TDI at 512-676-6167 for information about rate setting.

Disclaimer

This publication is intended as a general guide and not as a comprehensive resource on the subjects covered. It is not a substitute for legal advice.

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(12/2016)

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