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Tax Cuts and Jobs Act: Impact on Tax-Exempt Organizations

On December 22, 2017, President Donald Trump signed into law the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (the Act), which imposes a new excise tax on certain tax-exempt organizations for compensation paid to their covered employees in excess...more

Key Tax Reform Issues for Nonprofit Membership Organizations/Associations

Associations avoided the harshest proposals but should be aware of several important new tax issues. Associations subject to unrelated business income tax can no longer use losses in one unrelated business to offset income...more

Tax Reform Could Cost Tax Exempt Entities

by Poyner Spruill LLP on

Under the recently enacted tax reform act (Tax Cuts and Jobs Act), tax-exempt organizations may be required to pay a 21 percent excise tax on certain compensation and certain separation pay. The new excise tax applies...more

Tax Reform and Employee Benefits – What You Need to Know Now

by Foley & Lardner LLP on

As you have probably heard by now, the recently enacted Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (the Tax Reform Act) made significant changes to the Internal Revenue Code. With regard to executive compensation, the Tax Reform Act made widely...more

Tax Reform: Spotlight on Compensation and Benefits Provisions

by Baker Donelson on

The new tax bill (the "Act") - a culmination of months of back-and-forth between the House and Senate Republicans - was signed into law on December 22, 2017. The Act fulfills many of the promises made by the Trump...more

2018 Tax Reform Series: New Excise Tax On “Excess” Executive Compensation Paid By Tax-Exempt Employers

by Jackson Lewis P.C. on

This is the fifth article in our series covering the various employee benefits-related changes contained in the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act signed by the President on December 22, 2017. Some of the most fundamental changes under...more

Time to Revisit Executive Compensation Arrangements in Light of Recent Tax Reform

by Womble Bond Dickinson on

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 (the “Act”) signed into law on December 22, 2017, will significantly impact many public company executive compensation plans and arrangements. Companies should take this opportunity to...more

Section 162(m) After the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act: What to Do Now

On December 22, 2017, President Trump signed into law the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (the Act), which includes significant changes to the executive compensation deduction rules in Section 162(m) of the Internal Revenue Code (Code)...more

Five Things Employers Should Know about Tax Reform

With the enactment of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act comes sweeping changes to executive and equity compensation and employee benefits. Employers should evaluate whether they will be subject to the $1 million tax deductibility...more

Tax Bill: New Opportunity to Defer Tax on Certain Equity Awards and Repeal of Performance-Based Exception to 162(m)

The Tax Cuts and Job Act of 2017 was recently signed into law creating two important changes in executive compensation, which we outline below. The Tax Bill Permits Certain Employees to Elect to Defer Taxation of Qualified...more

New Tax Law Brings Penalties for Top Paid Non-Profit Executives

The “intermediate sanctions” rules under Section 4958 of the Internal Revenue Code have long governed the payment of compensation to executives of public charities. While these rules are highly prescriptive, if followed, they...more

The New Tax Rules for Executive Compensation and Employee Benefits

by McGuireWoods LLP on

On Dec. 22, President Trump signed into law the 2017 Tax Act, the most comprehensive set of changes to the Internal Revenue Code since 1986. Some of the changes affect executive compensation and employee benefits. Because...more

2017 Tax Law's Impact on Compensation and Benefits

by Goodwin on

On December 20, 2017, Congress passed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (the Act), which President Trump indicated he would sign. It is a sweeping tax bill with the potential to significantly alter executive compensation and employee...more

GOP Tax Reform: Impact on Executive Compensation and Employee Benefit Plans

by Williams Mullen on

The tax reform act, formerly known as the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (the “Act”), was approved by House and Senate Republicans and is ready to be signed into law by President Donald Trump. President Trump is expected to sign the...more

Tax Cut Impacts on Executive Compensation and Employee Benefits

by Robinson & Cole LLP on

After much back and forth, the House and Senate both voted to pass the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (Act), and the President is expected to sign the legislation shortly. The changes made by the Act are arguably the biggest leap...more

Congress Approves Tax Reform Bill Impacting Equity Compensation

by Fenwick & West LLP on

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act was passed by both chambers of Congress on Wednesday, December 20, 2017, and will be sent to the President’s desk for final signature. The Fenwick & West team will provide a more detailed analysis in...more

Tax Reform Bill Tightens $1M Limit on Deductibility of Public Company Executive Compensation

by Pepper Hamilton LLP on

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) will make major changes to the $1 million limit on deductible compensation contained in Section 162(m) of the Internal Revenue Code....more

Alert: Analysis of the Final Tax Reform Bill

by Cooley LLP on

On December 15, 2017, the Conference Committee released the final legislative text of HR 1, entitled "An Act to provide for reconciliation pursuant to titles II and V of the concurrent resolution on the budget for fiscal year...more

Congress’ New Tax Law—Excise Tax Coming on Compensation of Tax-Exempt Organization Executives

by Blank Rome LLP on

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (the “Act”), which was agreed upon by the House/Senate Conference Committee last week, includes a provision that imposes an excise tax equal to the corporate tax rate—which is 21 percent under the...more

Impact of Tax Reform on Public Company Executive Compensation

by Foley & Lardner LLP on

As you probably know, both the House and Senate have passed tax reform bills. Whether the two bills will be able to be harmonized and passed into law remains to be seen. Both bills include changes that will have a significant...more

To Accelerate or Not? Potential Tax Planning in Light of Proposed Reforms to Code Section 162(m)

by Proskauer - Tax Talks on

Under both the House and Senate versions of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, Internal Revenue Code Section 162(m) would be modified to expand the scope of companies and executive officers subject to the limitation on deductibility...more

Tax Reform Passes The Next Hurdle -- The Senate

by Seyfarth Shaw LLP on

This is the second issue in a planned series of alerts for employers on selected topics on tax reform. The series of Tax Reform Management Alerts is designed to provide an in-depth analysis of executive compensation and...more

Tax-Exempts And Public Companies Beware – Major Changes To Executive Compensation Tax Rules Loom

by Jackson Lewis P.C. on

On December 2, 2017, the U.S. Senate passed its version of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (the “Senate Bill”). Our Benefits Law Advisors blog previously discussed some of the major provisions of a draft House of Representatives...more

Equity Compensation Rules Continue to Change in Latest Proposed Tax Reform Bill

by Fenwick & West LLP on

The tax reform bill passed by the Senate early Saturday morning, December 2, in a 51-49 vote contained a number of last-minute amendments which, among other things, continue to leave key equity compensation rules in flux....more

Senate Stays Up Late to Approve Tax Bill

Early in the morning on Saturday, December 2, 2017 (it was nearly 2 AM Eastern!), the Senate voted 51-49, drawn mostly along party lines, to pass its version of the tax reform bill described in our previous blog posts....more

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