NRS 686C.280
Issuance, effect and use of certificate of contribution

  • offset against liability for premium tax
  • recoupment of assessments
  • payment and deposit of refund.


The Association shall issue to each insurer paying an assessment under this chapter, other than an assessment in Class A, a certificate of contribution, in a form prescribed by the Commissioner, for the amount of the assessment so paid. All outstanding certificates are of equal dignity and priority without reference to amounts or dates of issue. A member insurer may show a certificate of contribution as an asset in its financial statement in such form, for such amount, if any, and for such period as the Commissioner may approve.


A member insurer may offset against its liability for premium tax to this state, accrued with respect to business transacted in a calendar year, an amount equal to 20 percent of the amount certified pursuant to subsection 1 in each of the 5 calendar years following the year in which the assessment was paid. If an insurer ceases to transact business, it may offset all uncredited assessments against its liability for premium tax for the year in which it so ceases.


Any sum acquired by refund from the Association pursuant to NRS 686C.260 which previously had been written off by the contributing insurer and offset against premium taxes as provided in subsection 2 must be paid to the Department of Taxation and deposited by it with the State Treasurer for credit to the State General Fund. The Association shall notify the Commissioner and the Department of Taxation of each refund made.

Source: Section 686C.280 — Issuance, effect and use of certificate of contribution; offset against liability for premium tax; recoupment of assessments; payment and deposit of refund., https://www.­leg.­state.­nv.­us/NRS/NRS-686C.­html#NRS686CSec280.

Last Updated

Feb. 5, 2021

§ 686C.280’s source at nv​.us