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Incentive Compensation in Businesses, Part II: Teleseminar
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3/22/2017
When: Wednesday, March 22, 2017
Dial-in: 12:45 PM | Program: 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Where: Teleseminar: WebCredenza


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CLE CREDITS:  1.0
TARGET PRACTICE AREAS: 
Business Law Tax Law

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These telephone seminars are presented by national speakers who are experts in their areas of practice often ABA Section chairs, authors of books in their areas of practice, and heads of practice groups.

Companies of every type – C Corps, S Corps, LLCs or partnerships –provide employees incentive compensation packages to employees.  The types of incentive plans available to these companies depend on the type of entity involved but are generally extensive. Corporate entities have stock options, restricted stock and other forms of profit or capital appreciation rights. LLCs are even more flexible and can award a variety of forms of profit or capital rights. These alternatives, together with voting and vesting restrictions, provide companies alternatives for virtually every circumstance. But each alternative comes with tradeoffs – practical, tax and financial. This program will provide you with a real world guide to the incentive compensation alternatives to C and S corporations, LLCs and partnerships.

Day I: March 21, 2017:

  • Incentive compensation in C and S corporations, LLCs and partnerships
  • Differences between corporate and pass-through entities incentive compensation plans
  • Stock options, restricted stock, and profit participation rights
  • IRC Section 83 income and corporate stock options, the award of restricted stock and other rights
  • Tax planning opportunities using vesting
  • Special incentive compensation issues in S Corps

Day 2: March 22, 2017:

  • Use of profit interests and capital interest in LLCs, partnerships
  • Exchanging incentive compensation for services
  • Incentive compensation in single member LLCs
  • Issues involving IRC Section 409A and deferred compensation
  • Employment tax considerations
  • Role of the 3.8% tax on net investment income
  • Understanding how “carried interests” in incentive compensation

FACULTY
Norman Lencz, Venable, LLP – Baltimore
Leon Andrew Immerman,
Alston & Bird, LLP – Atlanta

REGISTRATION FEES
MSBA Standard Member: $69
Non-Members: $99
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CANCELLATION POLICY
Full refunds will be given to those who cancel by 4:30 p.m., 5 working days prior to the program. Registrants who cancel after this deadline but prior to the program date will be charged an administrative fee of $15 per credit hour. A link to download and print the materials will be sent to those who fail to cancel in advance.

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