Remediation and Consulting
Jay Adkisson is regularly involved with the remediation of defective captive arrangements, and with consulting and second-opinion reviews of existing captives.
Jay assists prospective captive owners in obtaining an independent perspective of their proposed captive, and identifying potential flaws and defects in the captive structure.
Many older captives electing under 831(b) require ownership restructuring so as to comply with the 2015 PATH Act, which imposed significant restrictions on ownership. Additionally, also for 831(b) companies, the IRS has identified numerous problem areas that must be avoided.
2017.11.17 ... Avrahamis' Motion For Reconsideration Rolls Snake-Eyes In U.S. Tax Court
2017.11.04 ... Court Pours Out Lawsuit By CIC Services, LLC, And Ryan, LLC, To Stop Notice 2016-66
2017.10.11 ... Risk-Pooled 831(b) Captive Insurance Companies And Bad Practices Take A Beating In Avrahami [Highly Recommended]
2017.09.30 ... Avrahamis' Captive Manager Apparently Calling It Quits After Decision
2017.08.21 ... IRS Notches Big Tax Court Win On 831(b) Captive Insurance In Avrahami Decision
2017.06.25 ... Beware The Insane New Offshore Insurance Company Deals Sold By Some 831(b) Captive Managers
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