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P.S. 58 Costs Taxable?


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Are P.S. 58 Costs taxable each year in a nonqualified deferred compensation plan as they are in a qualified plan? If so, how are taxable P.S. 58 Costs reported each year? If not, how do P.S. 58 costs affect a nonqualified deferred compensation plan (or do they not have any effect)?

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