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Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation - District of Columbia
"When there are changes to the law, he is able to think through all of the possibilities for clients before they even have the questions."
This content is provided by Anthony G Provenzano
Tax, ERISA, executive compensation and employee benefits, as well as the employment tax and reporting issues that may arise with respect to such arrangements.
Advises on rules regarding non-qualified compensation and tax-qualified arrangements, and surrounding employment tax and deduction issues. Frequent speaker on deferred compensation and attendant payroll tax and reporting obligations, excess compensation under Section 162(m), defending against IRS executive compensation and employment tax audits, proxy disclosure of executive perks, and IRS guidance regarding correction of failures under a Section 409A arrangement.
J.D., American University Washington College of Law, cum laude, 1998; B.A., Pennsylvania State University, 1995.