The field of taxation of employee and executive compensation is complex, dynamic and ever-changing. CCH's U.S. Master Compensation Tax Guide unravels the complexity and explains in clear and concise language this critical area, providing practical and comprehensive guidance. The Guide covers the complicated compensation tax topic in a comprehensive yet practical, straightforward fashion that readers value and appreciate. The U.S. Master Compensation Tax Guide fills a void left by other works on executive and employee compensation, which primarily cover qualified plans and deferred compensation, by covering all of the common forms of compensation including salary, bonuses, fringe benefits (e.g., health and accident plans and cafeteria plans), qualified deferred compensation (e.g., pensions and profit-sharing plans), and nonqualified deferred compensation (e.g., rabbi trusts and restricted stock plans).... make an affirmative election; (2) the employeea#39;s right under the arrangement to elect not to have elective contributions made ... 414(w) only applies to plan years beginning on or after January 1, 2008, a withdrawal election can only apply toanbsp;...
|Title||:||U.S. Master Compensation Tax Guide (2008)|
|Author||:||Dennis R. Lassila, Bob G. Kilpatrick, Ph.D.|
|Publisher||:||CCH - 2008-03-01|