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based The Hartford says its initial gross loss and loss adjustment expenses estimate from Sandy is approximately $370 million, before tax.
The IRS also sets forth its position on the question of reasonable determination of the deduction for unpaid loss adjustment expenses.
Next, a three-year weighted average of losses paid to loss adjustment expenses allocated and unallocated by line of business should be developed.
Finally, based on Revenue Procedure 75-56, the IRS indicates that loss adjustment expenses are not losses, and no tolerance should be allowed for unpaid loss adjustment expenses.