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ON DEMAND: Employee Benefits Tax Series: Tax Reform Executive Compensation Guidance: Notices 2018-68, 2018-97 and Beyond

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Run Time: 69 Minutes  
 
**This is a previously recorded program, originally recorded on March 6, 2019.
 
Publicly traded corporations continue to grapple with the changes to Section 162(m) stemming from 2017 tax reform.  The list of covered employees has grown, available exemptions have narrowed and practitioners are still digging into state law to see what might be grandfathered. The Employee Benefits Committee is pleased to welcome Mr. Stephen LaGarde, Attorney-Advisor, Office of Tax Policy at the United States Treasury and Mr. Ilya Enkishev, Associate Chief Counsel, Tax Exempt and Government Entities at the Internal Revenue Service to discuss Section 162(m) reform and Notice 2018-68.  Topics will include: (1) who is a covered employee under the new rules? (2) which arrangements are grandfathered? (3) common themes and questions from the comments received; and (4) open points.   Mr. LaGarde will also discuss Notice 2018-97 regarding Section 83(i) deferral elections for certain private company stock options and restricted stock units.
 
Sponsored by: Employee Benefits Committee of the D.C. Bar Taxation Community
 
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Speakers:
  • Mr. Ilya Enkishev, Associate Chief Counsel, Tax Exempt and Government Entities at the Internal Revenue Service
  • Mr. Stephen LaGarde, Attorney-Advisor, Office of Tax Policy at the United States Treasury
  • Mr. Adam Stella, Vice Chair of the Employee Benefits sub-committee of the D.C. Bar’s Taxation Community (Moderator)
 
On Demand Registration Fees: $20 Law Student Community Member; $25 Sponsoring/Related Community Member; $40 D.C. Bar Member; $40 Government/Nonprofit; $60 Non-member
 
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