What is a Captive?
A captive insurance company (Captive) is designed to insure the business and related risks of a small (and usually related) group of insureds. Captives can be formed either in the United States or in a foreign jurisdiction. Captives are typically formed by companies for 3 reasons:
What Makes a Captive from ServeCo Different?
Captives & the IRS
Due to favorable treatment by the IRS, Captives can also be beneficial in planning for estate and business succession, asset protection, and income taxes.
Internal Revenue Code Sec. 831(b) allows for:
Should I be Concerned About Risk?
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