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1 page. Excerpt: As I reported to you in Federal Update 2004-23, provisions in corporate and international tax reform legislation passed by the House and Senate would substantially change the rules applicable to nonqualified deferred compensation plans (H.R. 4520, the 'American Jobs Creation Act of 2004'). In general, the provisions would tax immediately amounts deferred (including earnings) under a nonqualified deferred compensation plan unless certain requirements were satisfied.
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