Small companies have been copying a method to control insurance costs and reduce taxes that used to be the domain of large businesses: setting up their own insurance companies to provide coverage when they think that outside insurers are charging too much.Often, they are starting what is called “a captive insurance company” — an insurer founded to write coverage for the company, companies or people who founded it.
Here’s how a captive insurer works.
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