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Who are insurance premium auditors? Insurance premium auditors are individuals with technical skills who assure statistics are reported for proper rate structure implementation and processing. Insurance premium auditors also provide quality control between companies and customers within the insurance industry.


  •     Provide a forum for the exchange, development, and dissemination of technical information.

  •     Promote the growth and development of the profession.

  •     Contribute to the insurance industry the knowledge and experience of the professional premium auditor.

  •     Provide a certification procedure for premium auditors.

  •     Establish uniform standards for premium auditing.

  •     Further the purpose and objectives of the profession.​

The National Society of Insurance Premium Auditors (NSIPA) is committed to the growth, development, professionalism and education of the insurance premium auditor and the insurance industry.​

The Board of Directors shall consist of 1) Voting Members who are the elected officers of the Society (the "Officers") and the Immediate Past President of the Society (the "Past President") and one representative from each of the recognized Regional Auditors Associations (the "Regional Vice Presidents") shall be voting Members of the Board, (the "Directors"); 2) Non-Voting Members who are comprised of the Executive Secretary, the Treasurer and the Chairman, if any, of the Committees. The entire board includes the Officers, the Executive Secretary, the Treasurer, the Past President, and Regional Vice Presidents and the Committee Chairman. All members of the Board are to be Members in good standing of the Society.​

NSIPA has a rich and proud tradition of presidents since its founding. To view a list of those who have served as a president of NSIPA - NSIPA Past Presidents​

NSIPA holds annual elections for Officer positions of the Board of Directors. These elections are typcially held using an online ballot in the spring, with the announcement made to members at the Annual Meeting and the positions beginning on the first day of the next fiscal/membership year - July 1.​

NSIPA relies on its members to assist with its duties.  If you would like to volunteer, please complete the online form. Once NSIPA has received the form, you will be contacted regarding your interest. We really appreciate your assistance in making NSIPA a very successful non-profit organization!​​

NSIPA's Bylaws outline the foundation of the society and its leadership. Click here to view the current bylaws.​

NSIPA expects its members to execute their duties responsibly, following the Code of Ethics for Insurance Premium Auditors. The Code of Ethics can be viewed here.

National Society of Insurance Premium Auditors
1201 Dublin Road, Ste. 136
Columbus, OH 43215
Toll Free: (888) 846-7472


“Contributions or gifts to the National Society of Insurance Premium Auditors are not deductible as charitable contributions for federal income tax purposes.  Dues payments are deductible by members as an ordinary and necessary expense.”  See §10701 of the Revenue Act of 1987.

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