Employee Benefits In Captives

Debbie Liebeskind

DOL Approval Not Necessary for Medical Stop Loss in Captives

In this video, Debbie Liebeskind of Towers Watson discusses changes to the medical stop-loss claims landscape under the Affordable Care Act and explains why putting medical stop loss into captives is an easy and efficient transaction.

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History of US Employee Benefits in Captives

Debbie Liebeskind of Towers Watson discusses the brief history of US employee benefits and captive insurance and describes some of the federal requirements for obtaining permission to use a captive for employee benefits.

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Feasibility Studies Critical When Considering Employee Benefit Programs in a Captive

Potential gains from putting employee benefits programs into a captive insurance company may be outweighed by practical concerns. In this video, Debbie Liebeskind of Towers Watson advises that feasibility studies should be undertaken to evaluate such a business decision.

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Regulatory Hurdles for Covering Benefits in Captives

In this video, Debbie Liebeskind of Towers Watson explains two key regulatory issues to resolve before covering employee benefits in captive insurance companies: approval from the captive domicile and approval from the US Department of Labor.

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Reasons To Cover Benefits in Captives

In this video, Debbie Liebeskind of Towers Watson lays out some of the primary reasons companies have for covering employee benefits in their captives, which include cash flow, interest income, and accelerated tax deductions.

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