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White Paper | Micro Captives Under a Microscope: Converting Your 831(b) to an 831(a)

Jun 21, 2021 blog featured image

831(b) captives are coming under increased scrutiny by the IRS. Instead of abandoning a working solution, consider converting your captive to an 831(a). Download your complimentary white paper to learn:

  • Why the IRS has cracked down on 831(b) captives
  • The difference between an 831(b) and 831(a) election
  • The benefits of converting to an 831(a)
  • The risks that can be covered under an 831(a)
  • The steps to transition an 831(b) to an 831(a)

Download it here.