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409A and the current proposed regulations impose a new set of roles for taxation of deferred compensation.
In addition to selecting a pricing model, companies need to consider the deferred tax accounting impact of expensing options based on fair value.
DPAs have been around for many years, and the Justice Department is using deferred prosecution increasingly to dispose of complex corporate criminal investigations.
Many boards of directors have long deferred the taxation of a senior executive's income by using a deferred compensation plan.
But as the infrastructures of the nation's institutions age, planning and budgeting for deferred maintenance are increasingly crucial to the cost-effective operation of a campus.
409A of the American Jobs Creation Act of 2004 made sweeping changes to what qualifies as deferred compensation--a critical distinction that impacts 2005 federal tax returns.
While deferred prosecution agreements have been around for some time, the KPMG case continues a trend by the Justice Department that began in early January 2003.
managers use the flexibility provided under the partial method for deferred taxes to measure unrecognized deferred taxes opportunistically.
Conditional jockey Henry Oliver had earlier picked up a 15-day suspension, with another six days deferred, after the two claimers had been referred to the Jockey Club's Disciplinary Committee.
Qualified retirement plans, IRAs, investments within life insurance policies, Series EE bonds, deferred compensation plans and annuities are all tax-deferred.
The playwrights entitled their work-in-progress Liberty Deferred.