Executive Compensation: Say-On-Pay

by Malak Kazan, CECP, CCP, CBP, GRP 3. February 2011 11:07

This week the SEC approved the non-binding Say-On-Pay rule. This is one component of the executive compensation provision of the Dodd Frank Act, a comprehensive financial regulatory reform enacted due to the collapse and near demise of many industry giants, like Lehman Brothers and AIG. The executive compensation provision are intended to discourage companies from awarding lucrative packages that encourage risky behavior.

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Nonprofits Can Avoid IRS Scrutiny – Pay and Report Correctly

by Linda M. Lampkin, Senior Nonprofit Compensation Specialist 3. February 2011 09:32

The IRS wants nonprofits to comply with rules and regulations for tax exempt organizations, particularly on executive compensation and employment-related payments. Enforcement efforts, as reported in the December 2010 Exempt Organizations Division (EO) annual report have been stepped up.

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