1099-B tax forms for recipients of cash consideration from MLMIC’s acquisition by National Indemnity Company will be sent on February 25 via Computershare. The mailing will contain an explanatory insert and a 1099-B tax statement required by the IRS.
MLMIC asks any objectors or Eligible Policyholders currently involved in an unresolved dispute over cash consideration to read the recent Order from the Superintendent of the New York State Department of Financial Services and review your obligations, available options and the future status of the cash consideration held in escrow.
Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett and MLMIC Chairman of the Board James Reed, M.D., discuss the future of healthcare and MLMIC’s role protecting New York physicians.
MLMIC will provide and pay for a voluntary dispute resolution process to address any cash consideration in dispute between eligible policyholders and objectors following the closing of the Berkshire Hathaway transaction.