Idaho Brokers: Beginning on Oct 5, 2020, you are required to file all Idaho surplus lines policies online using the InsCipher Broker Portal. Submissions are due 30 days from the Broker's Policy Document Received Date. On the first day of the following month after a filing has been submitted, Stamping Fee invoices will be automatically generated by InsCipher and brokers will be expected to pay these online via ACH payment. Payments must be made 30 days after the invoices are posted to avoid late fees and penalties.
- New Users: If this is your first time using InsCIpher and you had an account with Idaho's old system, NO NEED TO REGISTER! Simply, click the "Forgot Password" link and enter your Idaho SL Broker license number as your username and click Submit. Doing so will send a reset password token to the broker email on file with Idaho allowing you to create your own password. If you have never had an InsCipher account, you are required to register your broker SL license.
Utah Brokers: If you do not already have an InsCipher account, you are required to register to file SL Taxes in Utah. It is your responsibility to file surplus lines transactions on time to avoid any late penalties. Submissions are due 60 days from the effective date of the policy. Invoices will be generated automatically on the first of every month following your submissions, and will also be sent to you via email. You are required to make all SLAUT invoice payments online in the InsCipher Broker Portal no later than 25 days after the invoice is generated (or by the 25th of each month).
Existing InsCipher Clients: If you are an existing InsCipher Filing Service™ or Connect™ client, you do not need to re-register to file in Utah or Idaho. You may use existing login information.
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