What Advisors Need To Know About Captive Insurance Companies After the PATH ACT and Notice 2016-66
2016 was an eventful year for 831(b) captive insurance companies. The PATH Act increased the annual contribution limit to $2.2 mil and also implemented complicated diversification/ownership rules. The IRS then issued Notice 2016-66, which identified certain captive insurance companies as "transactions of interest." Captive insurance companies subject to the Notice had new disclosure obligations under Form 8886, while "Material Advisors" had to disclose on form 8918 details of their own involvement as well as maintain lists of clients engaged in transactions identified in the Notice. If not done or not done correctly, significant penalties could follow.
The best way for advisors to understand these significant changes is to join Mike DiMayo, Principal, Oxford Risk Management Group, for his 75 minute LISI webinar, where he will cover:
· Recap of PATH ACT requirements, now in effect for 2017
· Compliant captive designs that meet the new PATH Act requirements and allow for alternative ownership structures
· What's new with the IRS campaign on 831(b) captives?
· IRS Notice 2016-66 summary and its impact on 831(b) clients and their advisors
· Oxford's experience with Forms 8886 and 8819
· Compliance and Best Practices in 2017
· Risk management alternatives to 831(b)
Mike DiMayo CFP, ACI, CLU, ChFC is a Principal of Oxford Risk Management Group, one of the country’s fastest growing and dominant market leaders in the enterprise risk captive insurance industry. Oxford’s “Best-in-Class” team of professional specialists includes the world’s most prominent attorneys, actuaries, risk managers, and auditors who live and breathe captive insurance every day; the most experienced and credentialed independent advisory team anywhere. Oxford has developed outstanding relationships with domestic and international insurance regulatory teams. Their captive platforms have passed rigorous due-diligence review and are recommended by the nation’s leading legal, accounting, insurance and investment advisory firms. Oxford was selected to work with the Self-Insurance Institute of America (SIIA) to provide comments and analysis to Members of Congress that helped shape the PATH Act and legislative changes to 831(b) and has received industry awards for excellence. Oxford brings Fortune 500-style enterprise risk management to small and mid-size organizations on a turn-key basis. Risk management solutions delivered to bring predicable results, while remaining in compliance with all laws and regulations, with legendary attention to customer service. Oxford was recognized by Captive Review for the second consecutive year as one of the Top 20 Key Influencers for Enterprise Risk Captives.
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