Modest slowdown in premium growth distinguishes second-quarter financial results for MPL specialty insurers
We look at the financial results for medical professional liability (MPL) insurers for the second quarter of 2022.
The American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) contains amendments to the federal tax code that generally limits the ability of publicly-held corporations to deduct compensation amounts in excess of $1 million in any year with respect to certain executives of the corporation. The article, first published in the Benefits Law Journal, covers the following background and analysis:
This article was originally published by the Benefits Law Journal.
Expansion of the million dollar compensation deduction limitation on the horizon for publicly held corporations
While key changes to deductions for compensation amounts won't take effect until 2027, publicly-held corporations need to plan for the changes now.