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‘Tis the season to get up-to-date on the latest accounting developments impacting the insurance industry. We will also cover the most sweeping tax reform legislation in more than 30 years, highlighting key provisions to consider when preparing your 2018 tax provision.
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News on the revised loss discounting factors has been much anticipated by the insurance industry as taxpayers have been hoping for the release of these factors all year. Although we are still waiting, the November 7 release of proposed Regulations
In the words of famous Bostonian Benjamin Franklin, “Never confuse motion with action.” There was no confusion at the NAIC Summer National Meeting in Boston where regulators and interested parties were consistently in action to keep pace with the changing
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