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Section 162(m) Prior to TCJA Prior to its amendment under TCJA, Section 162(m) generally prohibited a public company from taking a deduction for compensation that exceeded $1 million during a taxable year that was paid to a “covered employee”. However,…
According to the Meridian 2017 Governance and Incentive Design Survey1, 43% of Meridian 200 companies use an individual performance component in their executive annual incentive plan, typically as a supplement to financial measures. Actual usage may be higher as the…