Guest Buzzman Posted December 15, 2008 Report Share Posted December 15, 2008 Private corporation provides medical insurance coverage to all employees. It has contractually agreed to continue to provide the same medical insurance coverage received by other executives to its current CEO executive and his family after his retirement and until his death. Only the CEO has this retiree medical benefit and none of the other executives will receive it upon retirement. Is there any reason why the payment of insurance premiums by the Company to provide this medical coverage to the CEO and his family upon retirement would not be excludible from income under Section 106 of the Internal Revenue Code? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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