Annual Statement Filings NAIC and NV DOI
The Annual Statement Checklist is divided into two categories:
1. Nevada Domestic Insurers must file their annual statement with the Nevada Division of Insurance and electronically with the NAIC.
2. Foreign Insurers must file their annual statement according to their domiciliary state requirements and electronically with the NAIC. Nevada requires only the signed and notarized Jurat page of the Foreign Insurer’s filed statement if the hard copy is filed with the state of domicile and if the data is filed electronically with the NAIC.
Financial Statement Checklists
- Fraternal Societies
- Health (HMO and Limited Health Service Organization)
- Life, Accident and Health
- Property and Casualty
Annual Statement Publication in a Nevada Newspaper
NRS 80.190 Publication of annual statement: Requirements; penalty.
- Except as otherwise provided in subsection 2, each foreign corporation doing business in this State shall, not later than the month of March in each year, publish a statement in two numbers or issues of a newspaper published in this State that has a total weekly circulation of at least 1,000. The statement must include:
- The name of the corporation.
- The name and title of the corporate officer submitting the statement.
- The mailing or street address of the corporation’s principal office.
- The mailing or street address of the corporation’s office in this State, if one exists.
- If the corporation keeps its records on the basis of a fiscal year other than the calendar, the statement required by subsection 1 must be published not later than the end of the third month following the close of each fiscal year.
- A corporation which neglects or refuses to publish a statement as required by this section is liable to a penalty of $100 for each month that the statement remains unpublished.
- Any district attorney in the State or the Attorney General may sue to recover the penalty. The first county suing through its district attorney shall recover the penalty, and if no suit is brought for the penalty by any district attorney, the State may recover through the Attorney General.
Please review the Required Industry Reports for additional compliance reports due at various times throughout the year.