The TXP Addenda Convention Record Layout is used by financial institutions who report tax payments for their customers under the ACH Credit
method. The information listed below is entered into the "free form" portion of the Addenda Record (positions 4-83). The information entered in this format must be precisely structured as shown below. All fields are mandatory, except for field #6, Verification Number. All fields must be separated by an asterisk (*). The last field entry must be terminated by a back slash (\). Explanations for the field entries are given on the next section.
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The penalty and interest fields are omitted since no penalty or interest payments are processed through CDI's EFT System.
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Listed below are the definitions for the field entries used in the TXP Addenda Record Layout
. These definitions apply only to the California Department of Insurance.
This identifies the transfer as a tax payment. It must always be coded as TXP
The separator or data element separator is used to separate fields (data elements) within a segment. The character to be used as separator is the asterisk (*).
The five digit tax type code is used to identify the type of tax payment being made. The following codes are used by the California Department of Insurance:
||Type of Tax Payment
||Premium Tax - Annual
||Premium Tax - Prepayment (Quarterly)
||Ocean Marine Tax
||Surplus Line Tax - Annual
||Surplus Line Tax - Installment (Monthly)
The tax due date indicates the date the tax is due and must be reported in YYMMDD format. This date should represent the due date of the tax being reported. See "Tax Due Dates"
section (EFT- General Information page) for more information.
The amount type code identifies what type of amount follows. This data element must always be coded as T to indicate tax amount.
Enter the tax amount paid here. The amount must always indicate cents. For example, $56,318.00 is reported as 5631800. Do not enter commas or a decimal point in this field.
This field is optional. It is used to verify the taxpayer's identity. If used, the first six characters of the company name should be entered.
The segment terminator identifies the end of the free form portion of the addenda record and must always be coded as a \ (back-slash).
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