Admitted (Licensed) Insurance Companies: Beginning January 1, 2014, the Georgia Department of Insurance will only accept electronically filed quarterly and annual premium tax returns. Please see Directive 13-EX-3
Surplus Line Brokers and Insureds Independently Procuring Nonadmitted Insurance: Form GID-212-PT (an Excel workbook) is available on this page by clicking on Forms and Filing Instructions/Surplus Line Brokers and MUST be utilized when filing quarterly premium tax affidavits. Please DO NOT file zero (no business for the quarter) affidavits until further notice! ONLY file an affidavit when there is business or returns to report. PLEASE NOTE THAT PREVIOUS VERSIONS OF THE SURPLUS LINE BROKER AFFIDAVIT ARE NOT ACCEPTABLE AND WILL BE RETURNED - AND MAY BE CONSIDERED NOT TIMELY FILED.
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 15th. Forms are available on this page by clicking on Forms and Filing Instructions.
Please call the Premium Tax Division with any questions ... 404-656-7553 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Premium Tax Division is responsible for ensuring compliance with the insurance tax laws, rules and regulations and for processing premium tax returns for all insurance companies and surplus line 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.