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Benefits Captive Strategies
How to properly manage these risk-transfer arrangements

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Placing employee benefits into an employer-owned captive can be a wise financial move for companies. Such benefits are provided at little to no extra cost to employees and with a captive can result in savings for employers. This latest white paper from Business Insurance explains the evolution of captive-funded employee benefits since the passage of ERISA in 1974 including the most up-to-date captive benefits strategies. This paper also discusses the steps required by the federal government to fund ERISA-governed benefits with a captive and the projected growth in the use of captive arrangements to fund employee benefits. View a sample.