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MIJS' Butler: Small Captives at Higher Risk of IRS Audits

Doug Butler, partner, MIJS law firm, which specializes in issues related to captive insurance companies, said the Internal Revenue Service is looking closely to determine whether 831(b) captives meet requirements.
January 01, 0001

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