Articles Posted in Captive Insurance

Published on:

28 June 2011

Hotel Lawyer: A litmus test to tell when a captive insurance company may make sense.

My partner, Gordon Schaller, is one of the top experts in the country advising businesses on how to set up a captive insurance company and his recent posts in the Hotel Law Blog have been of particular interest to hotel owners who want to know if they qualify as potential candidates for captives.

Today, Gordon offers a “litmus test” for hotel owners to determine if they should investigate the opportunity to set up a captive insurance company.

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Published on:

27 June 2011

Hotel Lawyer: Why people set up captive insurance companies.

Our recent blog post, Captive Insurance for Hotel Owners, described how hotel owners can protect their business and save money by forming a captive insurance company.

That is enough for many people, but there are additional “ancillary” benefits that can also be very attractive, enabling owners of the captive to achieve certain business and personal objectives.

These ancillary benefits can be quite compelling. They include estate planning, business succession planning and management benefits.

My partner, Gordon Schaller — one of the top experts in the country advising clients on setting up captive insurance companies — explores some of those benefits in today’s post on the Hotel Law Blog.

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Published on:

21 June 2011

Hotel Lawyer: Are you thinking about setting up a captive insurance company? Maybe you should be. . .

Setting up your own captive insurance company can protect your business and save you money! Captive insurance companies can provide substantial economic savings and tax flexibility for hotel owners.

My partner, Gordon Schaller, is one of the top experts in the country advising clients on when it makes sense to set up a captive insurance company and how to do it. To find out how this can work for you, read today’s post on the Hotel Law Blog.

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