33-10-230. Tax -- writeoffs of certificates of contribution. (1) Unless a longer period has been allowed by the commissioner, a member insurer shall at its option have the right to show a certificate of contribution for a Class B assessment only as an asset in the form approved by the commissioner pursuant to 33-10-227(9), at percentages of the original face amount approved by the commissioner, for calendar years as follows:
(a) 100% for calendar year of issuance;
(b) 80% for the first calendar year after year of issuance;
(c) 60% for second calendar year after year of issuance;
(d) 40% for third calendar year after year of issuance;
(e) 20% for fourth calendar year after year of issuance.
(2) The insurer may offset the amount written off by it in the calendar year under subsection (1) above against its premium tax liability to this state accrued with respect to business transacted in the calendar year.
(3) Any sums acquired by refund, pursuant to 33-10-227(7), from the association which have therefore been written off by contributing insurers and offset against premium taxes as provided in subsection (2) above and are not then needed for purposes of this part must be paid by the association to the commissioner and deposited by the commissioner with the state treasurer for credit to the general fund of this state.