Completing a two-year project to shutter abusive transactions of 412(i) plans and other arrangements, the Treasury and the Internal Revenue Service have issued final regulations clarifying that any life insurance contract transferred from an employer or a tax-qualified plan to an employee must be taxed at full fair market value.
The final regulations are aimed at arrangements that attempt to avoid taxes via the use of "artificial devices" to understate the value of insurance contracts.
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