Compensation & Employee Benefits After Tax Reform

Implications for Executive Compensation, Equity Incentive Plans and Qualified Retirement Plans

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A live 90-minute CLE/CPE webinar with interactive Q&A


Tuesday, March 13, 2018

1:00pm-2:30pm EDT, 10:00am-11:30am PDT


This CLE/CPE webinar will offer executive compensation and benefits practitioners strategic insight on the impact of the newly enacted tax reform law. The panelists will summarize and lead a discussion of the potential planning opportunities and challenges presented by significant revisions to Section 162(m) affecting executive compensation deductions for public companies, new tax deferral features affecting private company equity compensation, changes impacting qualified retirement plans, and more.

Description

The recent passage of tax reform alters the landscape for executive compensation and benefits counsel and for other advisors and corporate professionals who regularly interact with executive compensation, equity incentive and employee benefits planning and design.

Tax reform impacts deductibility of executive compensation for public companies, offers potential tax deferral opportunities for employees holding private company equity incentives and qualified retirement plans, each requiring thoughtful planning and careful consideration of the interplay between tax and securities law compliance, corporate governance and human capital management.

The webinar is designed to provide counsel, consultants and other tax and corporate professionals with insight into key changes affecting their practice and offer practical planning tips and techniques as we move forward under the new tax regime.

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Outline

  1. Summary Overview
  2. Implications of Revisions to Section 162(m)
  3. Tax Deferral Opportunities Presented by New Section 83(i)
  4. Changes to Qualified Retirement Plans
  5. Questions & Answer Discussion

Benefits

The panel will review these and other key issues:

  • Insights on the impact of tax reform on executive compensation
  • Planning opportunities and challenges due to revisions of Section 162(,)
  • The effects of tax reform on tax deductibility of executive compensation for public companies
  • Tax deferral opportunities for employees holding private company equity and qualified retirement plans

Faculty

Dold, Elizabeth
Elizabeth Dold

Principal
Groom Law Group

Ms. Dold's client work includes all tax aspects related to employee benefits including IRS filings and audits,...  |  Read More

Ghulamhussain, Sarah
Sarah Ghulamhussain, Esq.

Fenwick & West

Ms. Ghulamhussain focuses her practice on executive compensation and employee benefits...  |  Read More

Mort, Marshall
Marshall Mort, Esq.

Fenwick & West

Mr. Mort focuses his practice on representation of public and private technology and life sciences companies in a wide...  |  Read More