|Caught Between 409A and 457(F): Executive Compensation for Tax-Exempt and Governmental Employers|
Wednesday, June 15, 2011 1 PM-2:30 PM
There is no charge for this program. Register
Executive compensation arrangements for not-for-profit and governmental employers are subject to rules that are different from the rules that apply to such programs of for-profit employers. A practitioner’s lack of familiarity with these differences can result in unexpected tax issues. To make matters more complex, these rules have been evolving over the last few years with the introduction of IRC section 409A and regulations; additional regulations are expected imminently. Join us for a teleconference with Cheryl Press, Senior Counsel, Office of Division Counsel/Associate Chief Counsel, Tax Exempt & Government Entities, Internal Revenue Service, to gain legal and practical insights about designing these arrangements, common pitfalls, and possible solutions. This program will be of interest both to attorneys who frequently work with not-for-profit and governmental employers and those who want a better understanding of how these arrangements differ from their for-profit counterparts.
Dial-in informtion will be emailed to each registrant.
EVAN GILLER, Giller & Calhoun LLC; RICHARD SCHWARTZ, Seyfarth Shaw LLP
CHERYL PRESS, Senior Counsel, Office of Division Counsel; Associate Chief Counsel, Tax Exempt & Government Entities, Internal Revenue Service
Committee on Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation, Matthew Eilenberg, Chair