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Incentive Compensation That is Never Subject to Income Tax – Too Good to Be True?

Incentive
Clients frequently ask if they can provide incentive compensation to their employees and executives in a manner that gives them flexibility and drives performance, but receives coveted capital gains treatment. This usually sounds too good to be true. In most cases, you can defer or sometimes minimize income tax for employees (retirement plans, deferred compensation … Continue reading this entry

Term Limits? Stock Options are Not as Flexible as You May Think…

Termination
Even though stock options are a commonly used compensation tool, certain issues, such as whether you must/should limit their terms and, if you do, whether you can make changes to their terms after they have been granted, still catch some employers by surprise.… Continue reading this entry