Executive Compensation Issues for Tax Exempts: The New Rules under Tax Reform (ALI CLE)
Among the significant changes in the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act are new rules governing compensation and benefits for the most highly paid employees affecting tax-exempt, certain cooperatives, political parties and governmental employers. To align tax-exempt employers with limitations faced by other businesses with publicly traded securities, there is now a 21 percent excise tax on excess compensation paid to covered employees and also a separate tax imposed on compensation constituting a "parachute" in excess of a new separate limit. These are just some of the changes under the TCJA that lawyers advising tax-exempt and governmental employers need to know about.
Join nationally recognized professionals in the taxation, employee benefits and in advising tax exempt entity's compensation committees as they discuss the new rules and strategies for advising compensation committees that will help you to manage the new tax burdens imposed on your clients.
Speaker - Great Cowart, Shareholder
Tuesday, March 27, 2018
12:00 pm – 1:00 pm CST
Telephone Seminar | Audio Webcast