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New Regs Allow Disability Insurance Premiums to Be Paid from Retirement Plan Accounts
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[Guidance Overview]
May 22, 2014
"[A]mounts from a qualified plan used to pay for accident or health insurance premiums generally are taxable distributions ... However, the general rule does not apply to special 'plan contribution replacement' disability insurance policies ... If certain conditions are met, the premium payments by the plan are not treated as taxable distributions and the benefits paid to the participant's account in the plan are treated as investment earnings rather than contributions."

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