The CIC Services Difference

The primary reason for forming a captive is ALWAYS risk management. All risk management is Financial. It’s all about the money. A financially strong captive is a more powerful risk management tool. CIC Services LLC structures captives to optimize both risk management and asset accumulation. The greater the asset accumulation, the more effective the captive is for its insureds and owners. We do this through the following:

  • Comprehensive Business Risk Assessment
  • Strategic Risk Management Plan
  • Superior Structuring within a Captive
  • Superior Asset Management Strategies
  • Superior Exit Strategies
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The Principals of CIC Services, LLC Have Over a Century of Experience in the Insurance Industry.

  • Government Contractors
  • Wholesalers
  • Manufacturing
  • Medical Practices
  • Retail
  • Financial Services
  • Transportation / Logistics
  • IT / Communications
  • Construction
  • Veterinary Practices


Why form a Captive Insurance Company (CIC)? Reduce Insurance Costs, Protect your Business From Risk, Improve Cash Flow, Create Profit Center, Increase Asset Protection and Estate Planning.Learn More

Captive Taxation

Tax savings versus informal self insurance. Premiums paid to your CIC should be deductible to your business just as if they were paid to a third party insurer.Learn More

Are You a Candidate?

Businesses that are overpaying for third party insurance or with significant uninsured or underinsured risks.Learn More

Choosing an Advisor

Selecting qualified professionals to assist with creating and maintaining your captive is essential to obtaining the benefits of captive ownership.Learn More

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Captivating Thinking

Weekly, clear-headed commentary on the captive industry.

Why All The Fuss Over 831(b) Captive Insurance Companies?

  • February 11th, 2016
  • Why All The Fuss Over 831(b) Captive Insurance Companies?

I was watching basketball this weekend and was rather amused by the antics of the home team’s crowd, whenever the visiting team was shooting free throws.  The home team’s student section and cheerleaders were behind the basket, screaming wildly and waving foam noodles behind the see-through plexi-glass backboard.  Despite all the racket, most opposing players […] Continue reading

Obscene Captive Domicile Growth Report

  • February 3rd, 2016
  • Obscene Captive Domicile Growth Report

We interrupt our regularly scheduled programming for this Obscene Captive Domicile Growth Report.  Despite the IRS putting captive insurance companies (CICs) on its “dirty dozen” list for 2015 (CLICK HERE to read about captives and the “dirty dozen”), the captive industry continues to grow, largely fueled by up-and-coming domiciles in the United States.  Here are […] Continue reading

New Legislation – What’s A Captive Owner (Or A Prospective Owner) To Do?

  • January 28th, 2016
  • New Legislation – What’s A Captive Owner (Or A Prospective Owner) To Do?

Over the last few weeks, we have addressed the “Tax Extenders” bill titled H.R. 34.  As noted, this new legislation included Section 262 titled, “MODIFICATIONS TO ALTERNATIVE TAX FOR CERTAIN SMALL INSURANCE COMPANIES.”  These modifications impact small captive insurance companies (CICs) that make an 831(b) tax election (CLICK HERE to read about H.R. 34 and […] Continue reading