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Table used by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) in evaluating split dollar life insurance plans as to the extent of the economic benefit that is considered taxable ordinary income to the employee. The taxable ordinary income to the employee is the premium cost of one-year term insurance on the life of the employee minus that portion of the premium paid by the employee. If the employee pays that portion of the premium that is in excess of the economic benefit, the employee incurs no ordinary income tax liability. The premium cost of one-year term insurance at each age is listed in this IRS table.