The captive insurance community was taken off guard by a proposed federal tax regulation that would put captives in the same boat as pure self-insureds, but the alternative risk-transfer sector quickly rallied to fight back and try to head off the potentially devastating move.

As reported by Caroline McDonald, the IRS ambushed captive players, publishing its controversial proposal in the Sept. 28 Federal Register with no advance warning.

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