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UPDATES! Tax Reform And The Impact On Nonqualified Deferred Compensation Plans

Tax changes have spurred an unprecedented level of curiosity about nonqualified deferred compensation plans. The timing for these plans could not be better for high earners and their employers. This article presents some key deferred compensation trends to watch.



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Key Points in This Article
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act introduced changes that could impact the use of nonqualified deferred compensation plans by both employers and eligible employees.
The timing for nonqualified deferred compensation plans could not be better for highly compensated employees and their employers. Overall, corporate earnings have remained strong, reducing the corporate-bankruptcy risk faced by NQDC participants, and companies are looking for ways to reinvest money into the organization.
Ten-year distributions in retirement will grow in popularity due to a unique feature of nonqualified plans that is not commonly known.