Sean King, president of CIC Services, recently spoke at the North Carolina Captive Insurance Association (NCCIA) annual conference about the recent battle with the IRS over micro-captive transactions. Captive International covered the presentation in a recent article quoting NCCIA founding member Alex Webb, “The discussion on the IRS vs CIC court case ruling has been long anticipated. There was obviously a great deal of enthusiasm in the audience for this topic; we certainly had the best players up on the panel today,” he said. “I think it was obvious Sean King has passion about this as he stuck with it even in the face of what he expects in the form of retaliation, which is a shame that he has to think that, but it is a real thing.”
The holidays are quickly approaching and businesses all around the country face issues keeping their businesses going with the current labor shortages. Randy Sadler writes an article for Business Partner Magazine and goes over the recent statistics of the current situation and explains how a captive insurance plan can help not only Fortune 1000 companies […]
The Captive Insurance Times reports that CIC Services was successful in a case to forbid the IRS’s use of Notice 2016-66 pending a final resolution. CIC Services’ president and general counsel Sean King was featured in the report giving his legal opinion on the matter. Read more about his comments through the link below.
CIC Services to Fight on to See Micro Captives Disclosure Requirement Binned Published by Captive International
CIC Services’ president Sean King is featured in this article about the latest fight against IRS for unfair disclosure requirements. The goal of the injunction that CIC Services filed is to overturn Notice 2016-66. Find out more about the case in this article by Captive International.