Somebody Has To Do It – Wall Street Journal Cites CIC Services For Standing Up To The Administrative State
We at CIC Services have always considered ourselves to be champions of small and middle-market businesses. And for that reason, we have been working since 2005 to help small and middle-market companies protect and insure the businesses they have built by owning their own insurance companies.
CIC Services launched our Bundled Captive Insurance Program in early 2019, and it is helping successful mid-market companies with good loss control in place to reduce their net commercial insurance spend by up to 50%. But we have also noticed another interesting phenomenon. Enterprising brokers are using the Bundled Captive Insurance Program as a door […]
In his hit song, “The Gambler,” Kenny Rogers famously penned, “you’ve got to know when to hold ‘em and know when to fold ’em.” Small captive owners under audit appear to be facing a similar choice.
It seems the only thing more certain than death and taxes is the steady increase of health insurance costs. Can stampeding health insurance costs be contained?
On August 28, 2019 the Sixth Circuit denied our petition for en banc review by two votes with 9 judges voting against us and 7 voting for us.
CIC Services, LLC (CICS) announced today the launch of a new reinsurance pool for property and casualty coverages. Knox Reinsurance Company Inc., referred to as Knox Re, is licensed and regulated by the North Carolina Department of Insurance.
CIC Services Increases Bundled Captive Insurance Program Net Premium Reduction From Up To 40% To Up To 50%
CIC Services is pleased to announce that it has increased the potential net commercial insurance premium reduction available to mid-market companies in its Bundled Captive Insurance Program from 40% to 50%.
What is “The Uber Claim,” and why on earth is a Single-Parent Captive Insurance Company “Central” to mid-market or small businesses?
CIC Services has filed a Petition For Rehearing En Banc with the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit seeking to prohibit the IRS from enforcing IRS Notice 2016-66.