33-2-311. Tax on surplus lines insurance. (1) Except as provided in 33-2-323, when this state is the home state of the insured, the surplus lines insurance producer shall collect from the insured and pay to the commissioner a tax on premiums collected for surplus lines insurance transacted in this state. The amount of premiums collected and the tax rate must be computed in the same manner as provided in 33-2-705 as to premiums of authorized insurers, except that amounts collected from the insured specifically for applicable state and federal taxes in excess of the premium otherwise required, or fees imposed by the surplus lines insurance producer pursuant to 33-2-320, are not considered to be part of the premium for the purposes of the computation. Upon filing of the tax and fee statement referred to in 33-2-310, the surplus lines insurance producer shall pay to the commissioner the amount of tax owing as to surplus lines insurance business transacted by the surplus lines insurance producer during the preceding reporting period as well as the stamping fee on the premium payable by the insured regardless of whether the coverage includes risks or exposures partially located or to be performed in another state.
(2) Except as provided in 33-2-323, if this state is not the home state of the insured, the commissioner may not collect any tax or stamping fee regardless of whether the coverage includes risks or exposures partially located or to be performed in this state.
(3) The commissioner by rule shall establish procedures that provide for the collection and payment of premium taxes, as well as the reporting of premium tax and surplus lines insurance transaction data, in accordance with the provisions of the Nonadmitted and Reinsurance Reform Act of 2010, Title V, subtitle B, of Public Law 111-203, for payment of taxes on this state's portion of risks covered by surplus lines insurance policies transacted outside this state that cover risks with exposures both in this state and outside this state.