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  • The Millennium Plan
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    Plan
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Accounting Today
The dangers of being "listed"
A warning for 419, 412i, Sec.79 and captive insurance

Articles Base
419 Life Insurance Plans and Other
Scams – The IRS Raids Plan Promoter
Benistar

IRS Rule Change Makes Offers in Compromise More Difficult   
Business
Owners in 419, 412i, Section 79 and Captive Insurance Plans Will Probably
Be Fined by the
IRS Under Section 6707A

How to handle 419e, 412i, captive insurance, Section 79 plans, listed or
reportable transactions, 6707A, and abusive tax shelters         

California Society of Enrolled Agents - April 2011
IRS Audits Focus on Captive Insurance Plans

Accounting Today
Using Captive Insurance Companies for Savings

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