Tax Code Section 162(m): You May Still Have Options for Grandfathering Protection

Tax Code Section 162(m): You May Still Have Options for Grandfathering Protection

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Winston & Strawn Attorney Mike Melbinger, author of the Executive Compensation Blog reflects on the nuances of Grandfathering Protection under the revised Tax Code Section 162(m). Don’t Abandon All Hope of Grandfathering Protection Under Section 162(m) In the Inferno, the first part of Dante Alighieri’s Divine Comedy, the inscription “abandon hope all ye who enter here” appears at the entrance to Hell. This …

9 Compensation Strategies that May Limit the Impact of Sec 162(M)

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Winston & Strawn Attorney Mike Melbinger, author of the Executive Compensation Blog, has identified 9 compensation strategies that may help organizations and executives in responding to/and adjusting for the changes to Tax Code Sec 162(M). He’s published this list in his post, “Time to Make (or at Least Consider) Compensation Adjustments for 162(m) Changes”. We are sharing the 9 compensation …

Deductible Compensation Under the “New” Sec. 162(m)

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As attorney and author of the Executive Compensation blog, Mike Melbinger, looks more closely at the recent IRS guidance on the revisions to Tax Code Sec. 162(m), we continue to share his insights here on Fulcrum Partners News. To better understand the new tax laws and the related guidance recently published by the IRS, review Rethinking Executive Compensation While Awaiting …

162(m) Grandfathering Rules: Will Your Auditors Be Asking?

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The recent publication of IRS Guidance on Tax Code Section 162(m), has led to commentary and discussion, especially regarding the guidance provided on 162(m) grandfathering rules. As part of our commitment to provide valued insights, we share this update from the Executive Compensation Blog. Some of the Twists and Turns of the 162(m) Grandfathering Rules Publishing date: Aug 23, 2018 …

Guidance on Tax Code Section 162(m) Issued by IRS

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The IRS has issued guidance on Section 162(m) of the Federal Tax Code as amended by P.L. 115-97, the law generally known as the, “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.” You can read the notice, which was published August 21, 2018, in entirety, here: Notice 2018-68. The information released this week primarily focuses on the amended rules for identifying covered employees …

After Your Annual Meeting, What’s Your Next Critical Step?

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Fulcrum Partners shares important insights from Michael S. Melbinger, a partner in the Chicago offices of Winston & Strawn LLP. Mike practices exclusively in the area of executive compensation and employee retirement benefit issues for corporations, boards of directors, partnerships, executives, and fiduciaries. You should always consult your legal and tax advisors, in addition to your discussions with the experienced …

Fulcrum Partners and BDO Report on IRC Section 162(m) Impact on Executive Compensation

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Click to view full report: Rethinking Executive Compensation While Awaiting Section 162(m) Guidance. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE PONTE VEDRA BEACH, FL — (March 14, 2018) As individuals and organizations across the U.S. assess the impact of the federal government Tax Cuts and Jobs Act that went into effect on January 1, 2018, some are reaping the benefit of tax reductions, while other …

What do these IRC Section 162(m) Changes Mean for Executive Compensation?

IRC Section 162(m) Will Change with Proposed Tax Law Revisions, Impacting Aspects of Executive Compensation

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Fulcrum Partners shares insights on the proposed tax reform, specifically related to IRC Section 162(m), with our clients and colleagues. PDF DOWNLOAD: FULCRUM PARTNERS IRC Section 162(m) Internal Revenue Code Section 162(m) [IRC  §162(m)] addresses federal tax code regulations “relating to the deduction limitation for certain employee remuneration in excess of $1,000,000 under the Internal Revenue Code. These regulations affect publicly …