Microcaptives back on IRS Dirty Dozen list

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has once again featured microcaptives on its...
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Micro captives removed from IRS ‘Dirty Dozen’ list

The United States Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has unveiled its "dirty dozen"...
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Micro captives remain on IRS’ Dirty Dozen list

Micro captives will remain on the Internal Revenue Service’s (IRS) ‘Dirty Dozen’...
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831(b) captives remain on IRS’ ‘Dirty Dozen’ list

Captive insurance companies making the 831(b) tax election will remain under heavy...
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IRS keeps pressure on 831(b) with ‘Dirty Dozen’ return

The Internal Revenue Service has published its annual Dirty Dozen list of...
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Dirty Dozen Captives: Rule or Exception?

Ryan Work is vice president of government affairs for the Self-Insurance Institute...
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We explore the factors behind the uptick in re-domestications of US-parents’ captives to US state...
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Shah Rouf, CEO of Group Corporate Solutions at AIA Group, discusses how Covid-19 has changed...
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After the last year of turmoil and an increasing focus on the importance of campaigns...
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The Expansion of the Bermuda Captive In the wake of a persistent hardening market and...
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The years-long fight between captives operating in Washington State and the state’s Insurance Commissioner Mike...
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