Tag Archives: “IRC Section 409A”

Expanded Relief for Correcting 409A Document Failures under IRS Notice 2010-80

Since our October 25, 2010 blog titled, “Time Running Out to Obtain Maximum Relief for Correcting 409A Document Failures under IRS Notice 2010-6”, the IRS published Notice 2010-80 on November 30, 2010, which expands the scope of the document correction program under Notice 2010-6 and provides additional transition relief for employers to amend arrangements intended … Continue Reading

Time Running Out to Obtain Maximum Relief for Correcting 409A Document Failures under IRS Notice 2010-6

With less than ten weeks remaining in 2010, companies should once again consider reviewing their compensatory plans and agreements to ensure that such agreements are in documentary compliance with Internal Revenue Code section 409A (“409A”). 409A is the federal tax statute governing the taxation of nonqualified deferred compensation arrangements. While all compensation agreements should be … Continue Reading

Reminder: Act Now! 409A Transition Relief Set to Expire December 31, 2008

IRS Notice 2007-86 extended the deadline for employers to bring documents into compliance with the final regulations of Section 409A of the Internal Revenue Code (the “Code”) until December 31, 2008.  With less than six months remaining in the year, we strongly encourage all employers to now take action to implement a Section 409A review … Continue Reading
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