Using Executive Comp for Estate Planning

Ross, Allen
April 2002
Advisor Today;Apr2002, Vol. 97 Issue 4, p60
Trade Publication
Describes a compensation program for the senior executive and the organization. Benefits of the program to the executive; Difference between long-term, deferred-compensation program and the compensation program for executives; Advantages of the compensation program to the corporation.


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