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2017 Tax Facts on Insurance & Employee Benefits (Tax Facts on Insurance and Employee Benefits)

  • ID: 4472323
  • Book
  • Region: United States
  • 1778 Pages
  • ALM Media, LLC
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Authoritative and easy-to-use, 2017 Tax Facts on Insurance & Employee Benefits shows you how the tax law and regulations are relevant to your insurance, employee benefits, and financial planning practices. Often complex tax law and regulations are explained in clear, understandable language. Pertinent planning points are provided throughout. Organized in a convenient Q&A format to speed you to the information you need, 2017 Tax Facts on Insurance & Employee Benefits delivers the latest guidance on: - Estate & Gift Tax Planning - Life Insurance - Health Insurance including Health Care Reform - Long-Term Care Insurance - Annuities - Federal Income Taxation - Traditional IRAs and Roth IRAs - HSAs - Capital Gains, Qualifying Dividends - Non-qualified Deferred Compensation Under IRC Section 409A - And much more Highlights of this new, 2017 edition include: - New questions on annuities, including a chart on different annuity types, as well as new Planning Points pertaining to annuities - Expanded coverage of Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) - Coverage of new deferred compensation regulations - New Planning Points on IRAs, Roth IRAs and 401(k)s, and new questions on inherited IRAs - New questions on additional requirements from the IRS on Form 5500 - New section on the Department of Labor Fiduciary Rule - A total of 21 new Planning Points Plus, you’re kept up-to-date with online supplements for critical developments. Written and reviewed by practicing professionals who are subject matter experts in their respective topics, Tax Facts is the practical resource you can rely on.
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Robert Bloink
William H. Byrnes
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