COLI controversy builds as IRS, federal courts intervene

Postal, Arthur
November 2002
Employee Benefit News;Nov2002, Vol. 16 Issue 14, p11
Describes the economic implications of corporate-owned life insurance policies for employees in the U.S. Complaints filed by chain retailer Wal-Mart regarding the legal justification for products provided by marketers, agents and underwriters; Application of appropriate taxes.


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