Insurance Provider Assessment Act (IPAA)

On June 11, 2018 legislation creating a new multi-tiered health insurance tax was signed into law by Governor Snyder.  Specifically, 2018 PA 175 (“PA 175”) creates the Insurance Provider Assessment Act (“IPAA”), which institutes a new health care-related tax incorporating both a fixed and variable rate structure.  A companion act, 2018 PA 173, repeals the current Health Insurance Claims Assessment Act (“HICAA”) as of the date that the assessment under the IPAA begins to be levied, and a second companion act, 2018 PA 174, eliminates a provision of the Use Tax Act that would have reinstated the Medicaid managed care use tax on July 1, 2020 the date that HICAA was previously scheduled to sunset.

Notices

Notice: Repeal of the Health Insurance Claims Assessment Act
Notice: HICAA Repealed, IPAA Enacted, Effective October 1, 2018
Notice: Training Seminar for Taxpayers Subject to the IPAA

Resources

IPA Tax Base and Determination Process Seminar Video Video Icon
IPA Tax Base and Determination Process Presentation Slides PDF Icon (Updated 2/5/19)
IPA Frequently Asked Questions

Payments

All payments under PA 175, the Insurance Provider Assessment Act (IPAA), are required to be remitted to the Michigan Department of Treasury (Treasury) by ACH Debit (e-check)

Make an IPA Payment 

The IPA E-Payment system is a secure and convenient method to pay quarterly assessments. You will need your company FEIN, bank routing number and account number. Please click on the blue button below to proceed with submitting your payment. 

 

Make an IPA Assessment Payment

 

Contact Information

For More information, please contact the Miscellaneous Taxes and Fees Unit at:

Michigan Department of Treasury

Special Taxes Division/Misc. Taxes and Fees

PO Box 30781

Lansing, MI 48909-8281

Phone: 517-636-0515

Fax: 517-636-4593

Treas_MiscTaxesFees@michigan.gov

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