Michael G. Goldstein, in conjunction with the American Bar Association, released the second edition of “Taxation and Funding of Non-Qualified Deferred Compensation: A Complete Guide to Design and Implementation.” The new book includes all of the latest information and procedures needed to successfully plan and implement these programs. It is designed to be a guide for executive deferred compensation professionals.
“This book is the culmination of herculean efforts by my co-author, Marla Aspinwall of Loeb & Loeb, as well as chapter contributors Lawrence Venick, also of Loeb & Loeb, and Lee Nunn of Aon Executive Benefits,” said Goldstein, president and CEO for Summit Alliance Executive Benefits LLC. “Since its first publication in 1998, there has been a significant sea change in the nonqualified plan arena. This complete revision now becomes the definitive text on the subject addressing, in a straightforward and practical way, how one can provide this exceedingly important benefit without violating the law and regulations governing the concept.”
The book is available for $129.95 at www.apps.americanbar.org/abastore/. Look up key words “nonqualified deferred compensation.”