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General Instructions
For Companies to Use Checklist

Please Note:         This state’s instructions for companies to file with the NAIC are included in this Checklist. The NAIC will not be sending their own checklist this year.

Electronic filing is intended to be filing(s) submitted to the NAIC via the NAIC Internet Filing Site which eliminates the need for a company to submit diskettes or CD-ROM to the NAIC. Companies are not required to file hard copy filings with the NAIC.

Column (1)           (Checklist)

Companies may use the checklist to submit to a state, if the state requests it.  Companies should copy the checklist and place an “x” in this column when mailing information to the state.

Column (2)           (Line #)

Line # refers to a standard filing number used for easy reference. This line number may change from year to year.

Column (3)           (Required Filings)

Name of item or form to be filed.

The Annual Statement Electronic Filing includes the annual statement data and all supplements due March 1, per the Annual Statement Instructions. This includes all detail investment schedules and other supplements for which the Annual Statement Instructions exempt printed detail.

The March .PDF Filing is the .pdf file for annual statement data, detail for investment schedules and supplements due March 1.

The Risk-Based Capital Electronic Filing includes all risk-based capital data.

The Risk-Based Capital .PDF Filing is the .pdf file for risk-based capital data.

The Supplemental Electronic Filing includes all supplements due April 1, per the Annual Statement Instructions.

The Supplemental  .PDF Filing is the .pdf file for all supplemental schedules and exhibits due April 1.

The Quarterly Statement Electronic Filing includes the complete quarterly statement data.

The Quarterly Statement .PDF Filing is the .pdf file for quarterly statement data.

The Combined Annual Statement Electronic Filing includes the required pages of the combined annual statement and the combined Insurance Expense Exhibit.

The Combined Annual Statement  .PDF Filing is the .pdf file for the Combined annual statement data and the combined Insurance Expense Exhibit.

The June .PDF Filing is the .pdf file for the Audited Financial Statements and Accountants Letter of Qualifications.

Column (4)           (Number of Copies)

Indicates the number of copies that each foreign or domestic company is required to file for each type of form. The Blanks (EX) Task Force modified the 1999 Annual Statement Instructions to waive paper filings of certain NAIC supplements and certain investment schedule detail. if such investment schedule data is available to the states via the NAIC database. The checklists reflect this action taken by the Blanks (EX) Task Force. XXX appears in the “Number of Copies” “Foreign” column for the appropriate schedules and exhibits. Some states have chosen to waive printed quarterly and annual statements from their foreign insurers and to rely upon the NAIC database for these filings. This waiver could include supplemental annual statement filings. The XXX in this column might signify that the state has waived the paper filing of the annual statement and all supplements.

Column (5)           (Due Date)

Indicates the date on which the company must file the form.

Column (6)           (Form Source)

This column contains one of three words: “NAIC,” “State,” or “Company,” If this column contains “NAIC,” the company must obtain the forms from the appropriate vendor. If this column contains “State,” the state will provide the forms with the filing instructions. If this column contains “Company,” the company, or its representative (e.g., its CPA firm), is expected to provide the form based upon the appropriate state instructions or the NAIC Annual Statement Instructions..

Column (7)           (Applicable Notes)

This column contains references to the Notes to the Instructions that apply to each item listed on the checklist. The company should carefully read these notes before submitting a filing.

Last Updated: October 24, 2014