Wednesday, October 24, 2018
4:00 – 5:30 PM, Eastern time [archive to follow]
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This panel, featuring two IRS executives, including the principal author of IRS Notice 2018-68, will help you navigate the changing landscape for equity plans and award agreements after the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. The group will focus on the recent guidance in Notice 2018-68, as well as key tax issues, opportunities, and pitfalls when designing or modifying an equity plan or award agreement from government, legal, and accounting perspectives.
- Catherine Creech, Principal, EY
- Jeffrey Kroh, Principal, Groom Law Group
- Ilya Enkishev, Attorney, Office of Associate Chief Counsel, Tax-Exempt and Government Entities, IRS
- Stephen Tackney, Deputy Associate Chief Counsel, IRS
Among other topics, this program will include:
- The changes to Section 162(m) and the impact on equity plans and new and outstanding awards;
- Guidance relative to Section 162(m) grandfather provision, including what constitutes a written binding contract;
- What companies can do to avoid consequences of making a material modification to an award or plan;
- Plan design strategies companies can employ to mitigate the loss of the tax deduction.
This program qualifies for continuing education for Certified Equity Professionals (CEPs). Please keep a record of your attendance and refer to the CEP Institute standards
to determine the amount of credit you can receive.
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