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ICCIE Online Course: Tax Aspects of Offshore Captives

When and Where:
Starts October 4, 2017
Ends October 25, 2017
Location:
International Center for Captive Insurance Education (ICCIE) Online Course
 
Event Website
Target Audience:
Captive Managers, Captive Owners, Service Providers
Area of Interest:
Captive Taxes
Size and Scope:
Number of Attendees: 30
Exhibits: No
Number of Booths: 0
                                                      
 
 
 
 
 
This brand-new course provides students a comprehensive look at US federal tax implications for offshore (non-US) captives. Through the study of foundational and more comprehensive materials, students will have the opportunity to gain insights into the federal income and excise tax rules influencing the structuring of captive programs. Come join two of the industry's leading experts on captive taxation. Bring your questions and curiosity, work with colleagues to dissect case studies, take a deep dive into the common misconceptions surrounding captive taxation, and walk away from the course with a deeper level of understanding of the tax principles affecting foreign captive insurance companies. This course invites student participation and collaboration with peers; it provides a high level of access to the instructors through interactive synchronous class sessions and instructor-led pre-recorded lectures. At the conclusion of this advanced course students should be able to recognize and analyze federal income tax principles applied to foreign captive insurance companies, recognize federal income tax implications; apply federal tax rules to various case studies and fact patterns; identify common misconceptions; and discover how to avoid violating state insurance laws.  
 
Contact:
Primary Contact: Margaret Welch, Student Support Specialist
E-mail
Phone: (802) 651–9050
Sponsoring Organization: International Center for Captive Insurance Education
Address:
2517 Shelburne Rd.
Shelburne, VT 05482
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Contact:
Margaret Welch, Student Support Specialist
E-mail
Phone: (802) 651–9050

Fax: (802) 651–6851