Currently licensed domestic insurers must follow the instructions below to remain licensed with the Utah Insurance Department.
- Fees are no longer retaliatory.
- Renewal fees must be paid — electronically — no later than the date shown on the invoice.
- For a detailed explanation of each fee on your invoice, please see Utah Rule R590-102.
- You are expected to complete your renewal electronically through the department’s secure payment portal. Before you begin the electronic renewal by clicking the button below, you should have a copy of the current year’s invoice. From the invoice, you will need the invoice number that is located in the upper right corner and the Utah ID number that is located on the upper right side of the cover letter.
- After you have entered the invoice and payor ID numbers, click on the submit button. At this time an address change form will appear. You will be asked to verify and make any changes to the addresses that the Utah Insurance Department has on file for the company. Once you have made the changes, click on the submit button. This will automatically update any changes to the addresses in our database.
- At this point continue to follow the prompts to complete the renewal process.
- You must pay your renewal fees electronically through the department’s secure payment portal using either a credit card or an electronic check. You will need to have the necessary numbers and authorization before beginning the renewal process. If using:
- a credit card you will need the credit card number, name, statement billing address and expiration date; or
- an electronic check you will need your checking account routing number and account number found at the bottom of the company check. Your bank may need the originating ID number 0000097488 to complete an e-check transaction.
Requirements for Annual Statement Filings
- Domestic insurers are required to file their annual statement, attachments and documents. The Annual Statement requires a signed jurat page and must be notarized before it is uploaded to the NAIC. Domestic insurers should not file their annual statement, actuarial opinion, RBC, SVO, Management Discussion & Analysis, certification letters, quarterlies of annual audited financial reports with the Utah Insurance Department if these documents are filed with the NAIC. The department’s analysts will obtain this information from the NAIC’s website.
File with NAIC
Domestic insurers are also required to file their annual statements and necessary attachments and documents with the NAIC on or before March 1 of each year.
If you have any questions, please contact the UID Analyst Team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Utah Accident & Health Survey
- The Utah Accident & Health Survey is a state-specific annual filing. The survey provides more detailed information on accident and health business in Utah than is currently available from the NAIC Annual Statement. All Fraternal, Health, Life, and Property & Casualty insurers who have accident & health business in Utah are required to file this survey. For more information on how to file this survey go to the Utah Accident & Health Survey.
- For questions regarding this requirement, please email email@example.com.
Domestic renewal invoices are emailed annually in February.