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Executive Pay Rules in Transition: Treasury, IRS to Issue Guidance Through '05
The Washington Post; subscription may be requiredLink to more items from this source
Dec. 21, 2004
Excerpt: The Treasury Department and Internal Revenue Service yesterday gave some breathing room to companies that will be forced to restructure their executive pay plans to comply with new restrictions on deferred compensation that Congress enacted this fall. The agencies, in the first of what they said will be a series of 'guidance' notices, designated all of 2005 as a transition period during which companies and executives will not be penalized if their pay plans follow a good-faith[.]

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