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Extraordinary Times for the Insurance Industry

Addressing current business trends and tax implications


In the current economic environment, corporations are focused on managing risk, conserving cash, and reducing costs. Economic growth, in the United States and globally, may be constrained indefinitely by a slow recovery in consumer spending and an ongoing runoff of foreclosed properties in the housing market.

Several overarching business trends are likely to affect enterprises in these extraordinary times. The way in which each insurance company addresses these trends may impact the success, and in some cases the survival, of the enterprise. A common thread running through these trends is significant tax considerations. The corporate tax function can play a critical role in addressing tax implications.

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