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by Chad R. DeGroot

One of the biggest risks you face with nonqualified deferred compensation is the possibility of your company’s bankruptcy. Unlike 401(k) plans, NQDC plans do not receive ERISA protections, and the funds in the plans are at risk of being included in a company’s bankruptcy estate. This article addresses key issues that NQDC participants should know about corporate bankruptcy.

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When the Supreme Court upheld the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act in June 2012, its decision also ensured the survival of two features in the law that affect your Medicare tax, starting in 2013. These will have an impact on anyone with nonqualified deferred compensation…

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