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  • Description
    Taxes, both state and local, for captive insurance is gaining increased interest from state departments as a tool to generate revenue. But these taxes are not widely understood. This CLE course will provide captive insurance professionals a comprehensive overview of the basics of income and franchise taxes, sale and use taxes and how they may be applicable to different types of captive insurance taxes. Designed to help skilled practitioners stay up-to-date on the legal and regulatory issues surrounding captive insurance taxes, the course explains how SALT is designed to be a function of constitutional law and the ramifications of that.
  • Instructor Bio

    Matthew Queen

    Matthew Queen serves as General Counsel for Venture Captive Management, LLC and is a regular speaker at domestic and international captive insurance and alternative risk financing conferences. He consults with middle market CEOs and business owners regarding taxation, risk financing, insurance defense litigation, and international business transactions. His practice focuses on corporate regulatory and transactional matters for a variety of captive insurance companies and risk retention groups. In addition to this treatise, Matthew authored several technical articles exploring applications of captive insurance to emerging markets and navigating captive insurance companies through changes to the tax code.

    A band nerd at heart, Matthew graduated from the Georgia Institute of Technology with a Bachelor of Science in Business Management and then completed his Juris Doctorate and Masters of Taxation at Georgia State University. He is happily married and enjoys rowing in the Atlanta Row Club as well as hiking though the Georgia mountains.