Missouri Laws > Title XXIV > Chapter 375 > § 375.774 - Certificate of contribution, issued when, shown as asset by insurer, when--tax credit allowed to insurer, when--association exempt from taxes
Current as of: 2009
375.774. 1. The association shall issue to each insurer paying an assessment under sections 375.771 to 375.779 a certificate of contribution, in appropriate form and terms as prescribed by the director, for the amount so paid. All outstanding certificates shall be of equal dignity and priority without reference to amounts or dates of issue.
2. A certificate of contribution may be shown by the insurer in its financial statements as an admitted asset for such amount and period of time, as follows:
(1) One hundred percent for the calendar year of issuance;
(2) Sixty-six and two-thirds percent for the first calendar year after the year of issuance;
(3) Thirty-three and one-third percent for the second year after the year of issuance which shall be the last year each such certificate shall be carried as an asset.
3. The insurer shall be entitled to a credit against the premium tax liability under sections 148.310 to 148.461, RSMo, for contributions paid to the association. This tax credit shall be taken over a period of the three successive tax years beginning after the year of contribution at the rate of thirty-three and one-third percent, per year, of the contribution paid to the association, and such credit shall not be subject to subsection 1 of section 375.916.
4. Any sums recovered by the association representing sums which have theretofore been written off by contributing insurers and offset against premium taxes as provided in subsection 3 of this section shall be paid by the association to the director of revenue who shall handle such funds in the same manner as provided in section 148.380, RSMo.
5. The association shall be exempt from payment of all fees and all capitation or poll and excise taxes levied by this state or any of its political subdivisions and the real and personal property of the association is hereby declared to be property actually and regularly used exclusively for purposes purely charitable and not held for private or corporate profit within the meaning of subdivision (5) of section 137.100, RSMo 1986.
(L. 1989 S.B. 333, A.L. 1991 H.B. 385, et al., A.L. 2004 S.B. 1299) Prev | Next
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