Foreign company qualifies as domestic insurance company and reinsurance premiums are deductible business expense

Insurance Tax Bulletin

The IRS recently ruled in PLR 201224018, that a general insurance captive licensed and organized under the laws of a foreign country, qualifies as a domestic insurance company for income tax purposes, and that the reinsurance premiums paid to a reinsurance pool are ordinary and necessary business expenses for federal income tax purposes.



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