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Potential Implications of Tax Reform on Compensation and Benefits

Monday December 18, 2017 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EST
From KPMG TaxWatch

KPMG TaxWatch

Note that this Webcast that occurred before December 22, 2017, when President Trump signed H.R. 1, enacting major new tax law. This replay is provided for background purposes only.  For recent background on the new tax law enacted on December 22, 2017, access recent Webcasts on tax reform here. For more information, contact John Gimigliano

Is your company concerned about the impact of tax reform could have on various compensation and benefits programs? If so, you may benefit from KPMG LLP’s webcast on Potential Implications of Tax Reform on Compensation and Benefits.   

KPMG’s Washington National Tax Compensation and Benefits practice explore the current status of tax reform on various aspects in the compensation and benefits tax area. You will gain the following from this webcast:

  • Information on potential changes to the Internal Revenue Code (IRC) section 162(m) $1 million deduction limit
  • Hear about the possible new IRC section 83(i) election to defer stock option compensation
  • Explore potential tax reform impacts on fringe benefits – deductions and taxation
  • Learn about possible changes to carried interest
This webcast will be of greatest interest to tax professionals and executives who are considering the impact of tax reform to compensation, benefits and deductions on their companies benefit arrangements.  

Robert Delgado

Principal, Washington National Tax, Global Reward Services Group, KPMG LLP

Terri Stecher

Director, Global Reward Services Group, Washington National Tax, KPMG LLP