Treasury Decides to Pass on Single-Claimant Qualified Settlement Fund Guidance for Now
Whether single-claimant qualified settlement funds can take advantage of the structured settlement exclusion has been debated for some time. The Treasury has had the issue on its “to do list” since 2004, and in 2008 it was reported that the decision was near at hand. As of November 2009, however, the issue is no longer on the priority guidance plan. How did we get here? And, what does this mean for the future?
This article first appeared in North Carolina Lawyers Weekly.