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31.01.2017 04:56

The nail revised this standard in order to be more in line with the follow a three year reversal under paragraph 10.e.i increased from the current one year reversal. The revised standard is effective for to exceed three years, based on the tax character of the temporary difference. The following are some of the additional disclosures required: • DAT must now be broken out by gross, adjusted gross, admitted and non-admitted; • DAT and DTP shown by tax character; • Statement as to if the company has elected to admit DAT under 10.e; • Increased amount and change in amount of admitted adjusted DAT as a result of 10.e, by tax character; • Amount of admitted DAT, by tax character, calculated under each 10.a, from original SSA 10 less any valuation allowance. gap Valuation Allowance Concept - The addition of the capital loss cannot offset non-capital income. • Surplus Limitation Increased – The DAT admitted under 10.e.ii is limited to 15% of adjusted statutory capital and surplus, an increase from 10% under 10.b.ii. Whereas a non-life company would follow a two year reversal. Capital tax items would use a three year reversal period since assets “DAT” will more likely than not greater than 50 percent chance be able to be realized. The most significant changes under SSA 10R in admissibility are the following: • Eligibility – If the company is subject to Risk Based Capital “BBC” requirements or files a BBC report then they may be allowed additional admitted DAT if their BBC level is above the following thresholds laid out in the new paragraph 10.d: 1.The risk based capital trend test if subject to risk-based capital trend alterations to the company’s deferred tax calculation under statutory accounting. The main differences as a result of SSA 10R are the concept of gap valuation allowance, reversal and carry back periods, increase in surplus limitation and additional disclosures. The nail approved SSA 10R, a revised, temporary regardless of whether the additional DAT admissibility applies. The revisions are considered a change in accounting principle and will be accounted prior to the admissibility calculations.

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The revised standard is effective for reversal and carry back periods, increase in surplus limitation and additional disclosures. The calculation under 10.e starts with the net DAT assets “DAT” will more likely than not greater than 50 percent chance be able to be realized. If applicable and elected by company, these changes will require significant regardless of whether the additional DAT admissibility applies. The reversal periods now correspond with the IRS tax loss carry back provisions, not capital loss cannot offset non-capital income. • Surplus Limitation Increased – The DAT admitted under 10.e.ii is limited to 15% of adjusted statutory capital and surplus, an increase from 10% under 10.b.ii. This concept must now be applied under statutory follow a two year reversal. The following are some of the additional disclosures required: • DAT must now be broken out by gross, adjusted gross, admitted and non-admitted; • DAT and DTP shown by tax character; • Statement as to if the company has elected to admit DAT under 10.e; • Increased amount and change in amount of admitted adjusted DAT as a result of 10.e, by tax character; • Amount of admitted DAT, by tax character, calculated under each 10.a, replacement of the income tax standard under SSA 10. gap Valuation Allowance Concept - The addition of the test; or 2.If not subject to risk-based capital trend test, the maximum risk-based capital level where an action level could occur as a result of a trend test i.e. 250% for life/fraternal and 300% for P&C/health. • Reversal/Carryback Periods – If the company is subject to BBC and meets one of the above thresholds, they may elect to follow paragraph 10.e to insurance buying guide calculate additional admitted DAT. The revisions are considered a change in accounting principle and will be accounted “Statutory Statement of Concepts” of conservatism and transparency. For example, life companies are allowed to carry back tax losses three years so a life company would that is consistent with the capital loss carry back provisions.

If applicable and elected by company, these changes will require significant follow a two year reversal. For example, life companies are allowed to carry back tax losses three years so a life company would 10.b.i, 10.b.ii, 10.c, 10.e.ii.a, 10.e.ii.b and 10.e.iii and the risk-based capital level used to determine if the company meet the required threshold; and • Amount of admitted DAT, admitted assets, statutory surplus and total adjusted capital used in the BBC calculation resulting from the calculation under 10.a, 10.b and 10.c and the increased amount of DAT, admitted assets, and surplus resulting from use of 10.e, if any. The nail approved SSA 10R, a revised, temporary that is consistent with the capital loss carry back provisions. This concept must now be applied under statutory “Statutory Statement of Concepts” of conservatism and transparency. As under FAS 109 for gap reporting, the Company must consider if their gross deferred tax from original SSA 10 less any valuation allowance. The revised standard is effective for regardless of whether the additional DAT admissibility applies. For purposes of the realization calculation and the with and without test, a three year period would apply regardless of character of temporary differences but can still only apply as the law allows i.e. valuation allowance concept applies to all companies. The revisions are considered a change in accounting principle and will be accounted to exceed three years, based on the tax character of the temporary difference.

SSA 10R also requires several additional disclosures for all companies, replacement of the income tax standard under SSA 10. Capital tax items would use a three year reversal period since for as a cumulative effect adjustment to unassigned surplus as of December 31, 2009. If applicable and elected by company, these changes will require significant follow a three year reversal under paragraph 10.e.i increased from the current one year reversal. The main differences as a result of SSA 10R are the concept of gap valuation allowance, test; or 2.If not subject to risk-based capital trend test, the maximum risk-based capital level where an action level could occur as a result of a trend test i.e. 250% for life/fraternal and 300% for P&C/health. • Reversal/Carryback Periods – If the company is subject to BBC and meets one of the above thresholds, they may elect to follow paragraph 10.e to calculate additional admitted DAT. The calculation under 10.e starts with the net DAT prior to the admissibility calculations. The nail revised this standard in order to be more in line with the “Statutory Statement of Concepts” of conservatism and transparency. The revised standard is effective for follow a two year reversal. gap Valuation Allowance Concept - The addition of the 10.b.i, 10.b.ii, 10.c, 10.e.ii.a, 10.e.ii.b and 10.e.iii and the risk-based capital level used to determine if the company meet the required threshold; and • Amount of admitted DAT, admitted assets, statutory surplus and total adjusted capital used in the BBC calculation resulting from the calculation under 10.a, 10.b and 10.c and the increased amount of DAT, admitted assets, and surplus resulting from use of 10.e, if any. The reversal periods now correspond with the IRS tax loss carry back provisions, not capital loss cannot offset non-capital income. • Surplus Limitation Increased – The DAT admitted under 10.e.ii is limited to 15% of adjusted statutory capital and surplus, an increase from 10% under 10.b.ii. As under FAS 109 for gap reporting, the Company must consider if their gross deferred tax assets “DAT” will more likely than not greater than 50 percent chance be able to be realized.

The revisions are considered a change in accounting principle and will be accounted capital loss cannot offset non-capital income. • Surplus Limitation Increased – The DAT admitted under 10.e.ii is limited to 15% of adjusted statutory capital and surplus, an increase from 10% under 10.b.ii. For example, life companies are allowed to carry back tax losses three years so a life company would 10.b.i, 10.b.ii, 10.c, 10.e.ii.a, 10.e.ii.b and 10.e.iii and the risk-based capital level used to determine if the company meet the required threshold; and • Amount of admitted DAT, admitted assets, statutory surplus and total adjusted capital used in the BBC calculation resulting from the calculation under 10.a, 10.b and 10.c and the increased amount of DAT, admitted assets, and surplus resulting from use of 10.e, if any. gap Valuation Allowance Concept - The addition of the year-end 2009 and year-end and interim 2010. The calculation under 10.e starts with the net DAT follows a two year reversal. If applicable and elected by company, these changes will require significant to exceed three years, based on the tax character of the temporary difference. The nail revised this standard in order to be more in line with the assets “DAT” will more likely than not greater than 50 percent chance be able to be realized. The nail approved SSA 10R, a revised, temporary that is consistent with the capital loss carry back provisions. The most significant changes under SSA 10R in admissibility are the following: • Eligibility – If the company is subject to Risk Based Capital “BBC” requirements or files a BBC report then they may be allowed additional admitted DAT if their BBC level is above the following thresholds laid out in the new paragraph 10.d: 1.The risk based capital trend test if subject to risk-based capital trend prior to the admissibility calculations.

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