EOLI

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Acerbi F, Cavallo C, Broggi M, Cordella R, Anghileri E, Eoli M, Schiariti M, Broggi G, Ferroli P.
Eoli et al., "Is fluorescein-guided technique able to help in resection of high-grade gliomas?" Neurosurgical Focus, vol.
Additionally, only specific types of employees may be insured by EOLI policies to qualify for the tax-free status, Headley says.
It behooves advisors to review their EOLI records and identify those contracts for which notice and consent forms were not completed before the policies were issued.
"This year, we're on track to sell between $30 and $50 million in EOLI plans to our target market, mid-size and large businesses.
The new section limits the amount of tax-free treatment a person (which can be any type of entity) can receive from the proceeds on an employer-owned life insurance (EOLI) contract.
These policies, generally referred to as "corporate-owned life insurance" (COLI) or "employer-owned life insurance" (EOLI), are used to fund employee benefit plans and buy-sell agreements, and to protect employers against the financial consequences of the death of a key employee.
The PPA added IRC sections 101(j) and 60391 governing employer-owned life insurance (EOLI).
Genetic background of Escherichia eoli and extended-spectrum beta-lactamase type.
Under the tax law, these are now called EOLI, employer owned life insurance, and are subject to special tax rules.
The genes have been cloned in Escherichia eoli and arc on a recombinant plasmid designated pVIB.
Solari A, Filippini G, Gasco P, Colla L, Salmaggi A, la Mantia L, Farinotti M, Eoli M and Mendozzi L (1999): Physical rehabilitation has a positive effect on disability in Multiple Sclerosis.