CJA SOLD US DEFECTIVE EMPLOYEE BENEFIT PLANS COSTING US HUNDREDS
OF THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS AND IRS AUDITS AND PENALTIES
CJA WALKED AWAY WITH HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS OF OUR DOLLARS IN COMMISSIONS
ALSO, THE INSURANCE COMPANY FIDELITY SECURITY LIFE INSURANCE IS PART OF THIS SCHEME TO DEFRAUD COMPANIES OUT OF MILLIONS OF DOLLARS
THE IRS HAS A LIST OF ALL OF CJA CUSTOMERS AND CAME AFTER THEM WITH AUDITS AND HUGE FINES, CJA HAS DONE NOTHING TO RECTIFY THEIR MISTAKE AND REFUSES TO GIVE BACK ANY MONEY OR ANY OF THE COMMISSIONS THEY TOOK AT THEIR CUSTOMERS EXPENSE AND EXPOSURE TO HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS OF IRS PENALTIES!
On August 1, 2012, a putative class action lawsuit was filed in the District of Connecticut challenging the propriety of certain insurance contracts used to fund defined benefit plans described in section 412(e)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. U.S. Telemanagement, Inc. v. Fidelity Security Life Insurance Co. et al., No. 3:12-cv-1110 JBA (D. Conn.).
CJA And Associates - Trust Fraud GET YOUR MONEY BACK!!!
IRS Attacks CJA & CJA and Associates’ plans
Our tax resolution offices have been alerted that taxpayers are starting to be contacted by the IRS concerning plans in connection with CJA & CJA and Associates. If you are in any type of benefit plan, a plan having insurance, 419 plan, 412i, 412(e)(3), 419e, Welfare benefit plans, Prepare Plan, Titanium, Section 79, Captive Insurance or other CJA plan contact our office immediately for assistance.
The plaintiffs are two small Connecticut businesses that purchased 412(e)(3) annuities from defendant Fidelity Security Life (“FSL”), a Kansas City-based insurance company. Plaintiffs also named as a defendant CJA Associates, Inc., a corporation that is a registered agent of FSL, and is alleged to have promoted the sale of the annuities, and First Actuarial Corporation (“FAC”), a wholly owned subsidiary of CJA that is alleged to have been the sponsor of the plans. In addition, the complaint names an individual who is a registered agent of FSL and is alleged to have served as a tax and investment advisor to the two plaintiff businesses (the complaint also alleges that he was recently indicted by a grand jury for income tax fraud, but does not allege if it was related to his conduct in this case). All of the non-FSL defendants are alleged to have had some role in the sales process.
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