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NASPP Event

Session Recaps & Cliff Notes from the 2018 NASPP Annual Conference

Joint lunch meeting with the Los Angeles NASPP Chapter. Test your knowledge and win prizes while networking with fellow attendees.

The NASPP Blog

Beneficiary Blunders: Aligning Participant Intent with Plan Technicalities

The arrival of a new year signifies several things – for some it’s a time of resolutions and goal setting. For others, it’s more of an “out with the old, in with the new” moment. Along the lines of the latter, I view the New Year as a time for housekeeping – an opportunity to ...

Regulations & Statutes

Notice of Proposed Rulemaking: Hardship Distributions of Elective Contributions, Etc.

IRS notice of proposed rules which would, among other actions, eliminate the requirement to suspend contributions to an ESPP after a hardship withdrawal from a 401(k) plan.

Development

New Rules for 401(k) Plans Affect ESPPs

The alert summarizes an IRS Notice of Proposed Rulemaking that will eliminate the requirement to suspend contributions in an ESPP after an employee receives a hardship withdrawal from the company's 401(k) plan.

NASPP Event

2019 Tax Season Webinar with Bruce Brumberg of mystockoptions.com

Joint webcast with San Fernando Valley, Orange County and Phoenix, AZ chapters. Content by Bruce Brumberg, and webcast hosted by Schwab.

NASPP Event

DC/VA/MD: January 2019 Meeting

Insights on Equity Compensation Practices and Trends from the Inside

Presentation

Presentation: Hot Topics in Equity Compensation

Kick off the new year in the know!

The NASPP Blog

Six Reasons Why Section 83(i) Is a Trap

One of the many challenges private companies face when offering stock compensation to their employees is that, whether in the form of stock options or awards, the grants may be subject to tax before the company goes public. Section 83(i), which allows employees to defer taxat...


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