Nonqualified plans are often used as an important tool to attract and retain executives and other key talent. In addition to helping with recruitment and lowering turnover, these plans can also be used to motivate performance.
However, understanding the tax and regulatory implications of various nonqualified plans is vital in avoiding compliance issues. Learn more on our perspective related to executive and incentive compensation.
Ohio decision is reminder to understand tax implications of supplemental executive retirement plan income at the local jurisdiction level.
How can you design a plan that attracts and retains highly compensated employees? There are several opportunities in nonqualified plans.
Equity compensation plans can provide powerful incentives. Learn the various plans available and how they can meet your compensation goals.
RSM identifies nine frequently asked questions (FAQs) about phantom stock plans, an incentive compensation tool.
RSM’s white paper describes the differences between incentive stock option (ISO) and nonqualified stock option (NSO) plans.
IRS released final guidance stating that a copy of the section 83(b) election does not need to be filed with taxpayer’s tax returns.
New guidance under sections 409A and 457 would require employers to change certain standard practices to avoid adverse tax consequences.