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The Growing Importance Of Nonqualified Deferred Compensation Amid Tax-Rate Changes

The current economic environment and likelihood of tax increases pose a complex challenge to today’s executives. The ability to save in a nonqualified deferred compensation (NQDC) plan may be essential for achieving major financial goals in the future.



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Key Points in This Article
Tax-rate increases make nonqualified deferred compensation more valuable than ever as a long-term savings tool.
NQDC is often more efficient than after-tax personal investments. Without the tax-deferral benefits offered by NQDC, you would have to invest much more aggressively in high-risk financial instruments to reach the same financial goals.
While NQDC does carry some risks, these can be mitigated by a smartly arranged and informally funded company NQDC plan.