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Navigating Fringe Benefits and Deferred Compensation: Best Practices to Avoid IRS Scrutiny

American Law Institute Continuing Legal Education Group [ALI CLE]

Aug. 20, 2019
Recorded Online

Compensation packages and job ‘perks’ are key incentives that employers use to lure and retain the most qualified talent in a highly competitive market. Specifically, deferred compensation packages under Section 409A and fringe benefits under Section 132 provide the opportunity for employers to reward employees while seeing tax advantages. However, these benefits can also be a gateway to unintended penalties, audits and tax traps.

What You Will Learn

With IRS audits of business compensation packages of large and small businesses on the on the rise, counsel must know how to advise their clients on the most problematic ongoing Section 409A and fringe benefits compliance issues. Join us for this 60-minute webcast that will give you the information you need to reduce your client’s exposure to audits, including:

  • Proper taxation for the various fringe benefits offered under Internal Revenue Code 132
  • Latest updates on Section 409A rules and compliance strategies
  • Unexpected potential impact on numerous compensation arrangements affected by Section 409A
  • Navigate complex situations regarding taxation, penalties for noncompliance, and best practices to avoid serious financial and legal consequences
  • What changes are permanent under the recent overhaul of the Internal Revenue Code and what will expire in 2025?

  All registrants will receive a set of downloadable course materials to accompany the program.

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