Tax Treatment of Sickness and Injury Plans addresses the tax treatment of plans designed to provide benefits upon the sickness or injury of a taxpayer. It examines the tax treatment of contributions to and benefits received under, health insurance, health savings accounts (HSAs), Archer medical savings accounts (MSAs), health reimbursement arrangements (HRAs), disability insurance and long-term care insurance.
Identify the tax treatment of premiums for and benefits from health insurance policies;
Apply the rules governing health savings accounts and Archer medical savings accounts;
Recognize the tax treatment of health reimbursement accounts;
Compare the tax treatment of employer-paid and individually-paid disability income insurance policies;
Apply the tax rules governing business-related disability coverage; and
Identify the tax treatment of long term care insurance.
Paul J. Winn, CLU, ChFC has over thirty years experience in the life insurance and investment industry. As well as fifteen years as a financial writer, editor, and trainer. Paul has worked for Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York, Security Mutual Life Insurance Company, Principal Financial Group, and the Maryland Financial Corporation. Paul is a Published book author, writer & editor of major mutual life insurance company’s agent-training “university”, and the creator of more than 100 training courses in computer-based training, print and scripted classroom formats.
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