IRS group term life plan misses the mark

Turbowitz, Howard
May 1999
Employee Benefit News;May99, Vol. 13 Issue 6, p48
Comments on the proposed lowering of the tax table for employer-provided group term life insurance in the United States (US). Tax rate imposed by the US Internal Revenue Service (IRS); Implication of the proposal; Suggestions for the IRS.


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