SLIP Questions

Will my user account from the previous online system still work in SLIP?

Answer: No, you will need to have a new user account created specifically for you in SLIP.

How do I create my SLIP user account?

Answer: SLIP user accounts are created and maintained by your brokerage’s SLIP administrator. SLIP brokerage administrators are created by the Nevada Surplus Lines Association. If your brokerage does not have a SLIP administrative user account, please contact Karen Fangerow via email at karenf@nsla.org.

When SLIP goes live on December 1st, will all of my brokerages data submitted through the previous online filing system be available online?

Answer: Yes, all previously submitted and registered policy data for your brokerage will be migrated into SLIP on December 1st.

Can I modify a Policy Number?

Answer: Yes, a policy number may be modified provided the policy in question has no other registered transactions. If you need to change the policy number on a policy that contains other registered transaction, then a new policy record should be created.

What is a registered transaction?

Answer: A policy transaction is registered if it has been reviewed by Nevada Surplus Lines Association, deemed to be properly reported, and accepted.

What is included in Taxable Fees?

Answer: Policy fees include all taxable fees associated with a transaction, but does not include the stamping fee. Taxable Fees are those fees charged by the insurer, broker fees (allowed under NRS 685A.155), policy fees, membership fees, inspection fees and any other fees or assessments charged by the insurer as consideration for the insurance. This amount should not include the state tax or NSLA stamping fee.

Will system users from other brokerages be able to view or access my data?

Answer: No, the data your brokerage submits through SLIP is secure and is only accessible to your brokerage’s SLIP users.