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Q. What is a non-premium batch?
Q. Do I have to file insurance binders with SLTX?
Q. How do I replace a binder with a policy?
If the premium has changed, enter the policy as a policy replacing binder. This will prompt you to re-enter the information. The binder will be reversed and the policy will be filed in its place.
Q. How do I file binder extensions?
Q. What is a Batch Edit Report?
Q. Does SLTX acknowledge the filings I make?
- Batch Edit Report listing all transactions that were received
- Monthly report listing all transactions processed during the month
- Monthly invoice listing the applicable stamping fee due to SLTX
- Annual report summarizing all premium and surplus lines tax processed by SLTX during the calendar year
Q. Does the Guaranty Fund Nonparticipation Notice have to be located directly on the declarations page?
Q. What do I do if a policy does not have an issue date?
Q. How do I file a date extension?
Q. How do I void or replace an endorsement?
Q. May I issue a renewal certificate instead of a renewal policy?
Q. How do I file policies with multi-state or tax-exempt exposure?
For those filing electronically, individual premium amounts per state must be entered.
Q. What do I do if a policy is paid on an installment basis?
Q. What do I do if a policy is written through Underwriters at Lloyd’s of London?
Q. How do I reconcile my monthly reports if I file electronically and by mail?
Q. What is a Duplicate Policy Report?
Q. What do I do if my agency buys a book of business or merges with another agency?
This letter must be printed on agency letterhead and signed by a licensee.
Q. What do I do if my agency employs a third-party filer?
Q. What do I do if the policy holder is exempt from sales tax?
Q. Which "occupational" policies require a separate disclosure relating to an employer not maintaining workers' compensation insurance?
A. Per 5 TIC 564, occupational insurance policy delivered, issued for delivery, or renewed on or after January 1, 2022, are required to include a disclosure statement in 10-point boldface type on the first page of the policy and on the first page of all materials used in advertising or marketing the occupational policy to an employer that elects not to maintain workers ’ compensation insurance coverage under Chapter 406, Labor Code. 5 TIC 564 Section 564.004 defines “occupational policy” as:
(1) an individual or group accident or health insurance policy that explicitly provides coverage or benefits for an employer or the employer’s employees for an employee’s occupational bodily injury, disease, or death;
(2) an employer’s insurance policy that explicitly provides liability coverage to an employer that elects not to maintain workers ’ compensation insurance coverage under Chapter 406, Labor Code, for an employee’s occupational bodily injury, disease, or death in:
(A) a general liability insurance policy;
(B) a commercial multiple peril insurance policy; or
(C) any other type of insurance policy designated by the department as intended to provide liability coverage to an employer that elects not to maintain workers ’ compensation insurance coverage under Chapter 406, Labor Code, for an employee’s occupational bodily injury, disease, or death;
(3) an accident, health, or liability insurance policy that does not expressly include coverage for occupational injuries, disease, or death, but is marketed or sold to or through an employer as an alternative to coverage for benefits or liability provided by a workers ’ compensation insurance policy; or
(4) a policy that includes occupational accident and health and liability coverage in the same policy.