Deferred Compensation Battle Redux?

Shepler, Bob
September 2003
Financial Executive;Sep2003, Vol. 19 Issue 6, p78
Academic Journal
In this article the author reports on a bill introduced before the U.S. Congress titled "American Jobs Creation Act of 2003," by Representative Bill Thomas of the House Ways and Means Committee. The author notes that the legislation deals primarily with international tax law changes and contains many business-friendly tax incentives. The author also discusses some of the changes that have been made to the bill such as introducing a measure that will prohibit the use of offshore trusts for funding deferred compensation programs.


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