TLTA provides Compliance Updates to our members via email to make them aware of regulatory changes and clarifications from the Texas Department of Insurance. The updates include information on agent licensing changes and renewals,  Basic Manual updates, statistical data reports and much more.

Stay in Compliance With TLTA's Title Agent Compliance Checklist and Reporting Calendar

TLTA has updated our compliance checklist to help owners, managers and title agents stay in compliance year-round. This important checklist has monthly, quarterly, annual and biennial deadlines, as well as a month-by-month list of deadlines to meet. Some important January deadlines include sales tax reporting (all filers), file guaranty fee remittance form with TTIGA, or Federal reporting of W2 and W3 to Social Security Administration. 
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Compliance Update Archive

Below is a list of those updates, archived and available online for your convenience.

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  • Stop Collecting GARC Fees After Dec. 31, No Guaranty Fee in Place Until Further Notice


  • Statute Allows Pass Through for Remote Online Notary Fees


  • Agent Statistical Data Due to TDI by Oct. 31, On-Demand Webinar From TLTA Can Help You Comply With TDI's Request


  • Are You Ready for Your Upcoming Deadlines? TLTA's Title Agent Compliance Checklist and Reporting Calendar can help you!


  • TDI Issues Call for Agent Statistical Data, Webinar to Help You Comply With TDI's Request Is Scheduled for Wednesday, Oct. 10


  • Updates to the Basic Manual To Be Implemented as of Aug. 9, 2018


  • Second Quarter GARC Fee Due Aug. 1


  • First GARC Fee Due May 1


  • FinCEN Renews Order for Bexar County through Sept. 16, 2018


  • TDI Annual Escrow Audit Report Tips


  • Title Agents Advised to Use Texas Disclosure Form T-64 to Correct All Incomplete or Incorrect Disclosures on Closing Disclosure
This information is being provided by TLTA for educational and reference purposes only and should not be construed as legal, financial or business advice from or on behalf of TLTA. Users should consult their own legal counsel and subject-matter experts to ensure that any policies adopted or actions taken meet the requirements unique to their company.

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