How do you avoid the pitfalls of over or undercharging premium tax? It's a difficult and complex process to identify and assign proper tax jurisdictions - until now.

The Premium Tax Layer accurately identifies tax territories and corresponding mandated reporting codes allowing insurers to remit the correct premium taxes for all policies within a book of business quickly and efficiently.

Certified for the Following States:

Alabama

Florida

Louisiana

Missouri

North Dakota

Arizona

Georgia

Maryland

New Jersey

Pennsylvania

California

Illinois

Minnesota

New York

South Carolina

Delaware

Kentucky

Mississippi

North Carolina

West Virginia

Generate Comprehensive Premium Tax Information Reports 

This service incorporates historical information on municipality boundaries and counties with the U.S. Census boundary data and premium tax information from the State Department of Insurance to generate accurate policyholder premium taxes. The report compares taxes charged against the correct amount and confirms payment to the correct municipality.  

Delivery Options

Spatial Web Services (SWS)– An interface that delivers a set of services and tools that allow you to easily integrate natural hazard risk, tax jurisdiction, parcel, and geocoding data directly into your applications. Using a RESTful API, you can now stream our geographic and natural hazard risk data to a variety of platforms and programming languages including Java, .Net, and PHP.

An ordering and delivery platform with positionally accurate tax jurisdiction and natural hazard solutions through the web—up to 100,000 files at a time—to help you make smarter business decisions.

Shapefiles are available for you to load into your existing infrastructure.

Our Consulting Services are comprised of leading GIS scientists, insurance professionals, and senior professional software developers. This team collaborates to craft end-to-end solutions that can be easily deployed and sustained in-house or via our Web Services.