In a post-2020 landscape, what changes to the design and purpose of executive benefit plan design impact CFO decision making? A look at NQDC advantages and benefit success strategies.
Questions about employee compensation in a post-pandemic workplace are still front and center for workers and employers.
ARPA doubles, for publicly traded companies, the number of employees subject to the annual $1 M compensation deduction limit.
Clawback provision in corporate America may be changing. Here’s why (and how) #ReadMore
Deep Dive: 162(m) grandfathering rules for account balance plans & non-account balance plans.
As you question, “where did this month go already” remember to review this list of benefits deadlines. Thank you Isler Dare PC for providing this checklist for us to share.
Your first strategic step in making executive comp decisions in 2021 starts with Fulcrum Partners.
If you are trusting a Rabbi Trust to protect your retirement savings, then you might have been a little taken aback last month if you read the headline, “Ruby Tuesday Tells Court (And Retirees): ‘Pension Funds Are Ours.” In his article published in entirety below, Attorney Mike Melbinger does (as always) a thorough job breaking down the sequence of events impacting the Ruby Tuesday nonqualified plan participants.
Is your organization prepared to be accountable to stakeholders (and the marketplace) for its human capital management policies and practices? If your company is still looking at human capital as a cost and not an asset, brace yourself for a dramatic perspective shift. As Michael S. Melbinger, attorney and author of the Executive Compensation Blog, has observed, “the COVID-19 pandemic has pushed human capital issues to the fore like never before.”
How does your retirement plan stack up to Bobby Bonilla’s deferred compensation agreement?
If July 1, 2020 came and passed and you didn’t realize it was “Bobby Bonilla Day”, don’t worry. He probably did enough celebrating to make up for anyone else who missed the date.