"Tax Reform: What's the Final Word?"

Thursday, January 18, 2018

(This program is an archive of a NASPP webcast; transcript to follow.)

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After much discussion and multiple versions, a tax reform bill has been signed into law. Individual tax rates, supplemental tax rates and the corporate tax rate have all been affected, as well as alternative minimum tax, the estate tax and Section 162(m). How will these changes affect equity compensation? Tune in to this panel of experts to get up to speed on the new tax laws.

  • Mike Melbinger, Partner, Winston & Strawn, LLP
  • Art Meyers, Partner, Choate, Hall & Stewart, LLP
  • Ken Stoler, Partner, PricewaterhouseCoopers, LLP

Among other topics, this program will cover:

  • New individual, supplemental and corporate tax rates
  • Changes to Section 162(m), who is covered by this code section as well as the equity that is covered
  • Planning strategies to reduce the burden of non-deductible compensation
  • Transition and grandfathering rules for existing arrangements
  • Action items for the short and long term, including proxy statement disclosure and plan amendments
  • How the new corporate tax rate will affect your existing DTAs and making the adjustments


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