Bill Summary for H 473 (2013-2014)

Summary date: 

May 9 2013
S.L. 2013-116

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View NCGA Bill Details2013-2014 Session
House Bill 473 (Public) Filed Thursday, March 28, 2013
A BILL TO BE ENTITLED AN ACT TO ENACT THE NORTH CAROLINA CAPTIVE INSURANCE ACT.
Intro. by Dockham, Howard, Johnson, Tine.

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House committee substitute to the 3rd edition makes the following changes. Amends proposed GS 58-10-455 to delete the specified taxation provisions and instead provides that a captive insurance company is taxed according to Article 8B of GS Chapter 105. Adds the term captive insurance company to GS 105-228.3. Enacts new GS 105-228.4A to levy taxes on a captive insurance company. Provides that captive insurance companies subject to the tax levied under the section are not subject to franchise taxes, income taxes, local privilege taxes, local taxes based on gross premiums, or the insurance regulator charge imposed by GS 58-6-25. Sets out the tax rate to be applied to assumed reinsurance premiums and the rates for tax on direct premiums. Sets both the floor and cap on the total tax liability. Sets out further requirements for the taxation of a captive insurance company that is a special purpose financial captive if it is under common ownership and control with one or more other captive insurance companies. Makes conforming changes to GS 105-228.5 and GS 58-6-25.

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