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The Compensation Planning Journal keeps you abreast of such wide-ranging compensation planning issues as qualified plan compliance, employment taxes, health care and other employee benefits, and non-qualified deferred compensation plans, including the impact of Section 409A. It includes in-depth articles, practitioners' comments, reviews of benefit plans, and synopses of new developments.

Practitioner to Practitioner Insights

The Compensation Planning Journal gives you the latest news, analysis, trends, and issues affecting this practice area—insights from our team of more than 1,000 expert tax and accounting practitioners. Our featured articles are uniquely reviewed by our esteemed Compensation Planning Advisory Board and in-house team of editors so that you get different practical perspectives you can’t find elsewhere. Our advisory board meets regularly to discuss draft articles, raise questions and issues, and contribute to the final published article. The final product gives you scenario analysis with detailed pros and cons of different treatments. No other source gives you practitioner to practitioner guidance like Bloomberg BNA.

Latest Policy Developments

Now you can keep up with all major tax-related federal and state legislative, regulatory, judicial, and policy developments:

  • Monitor activities of the Internal Revenue Service, Treasury Department, Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation, Labor Department’s Employee Benefit Security Administration, Financial Accounting Standards Board, Public Company Accounting Oversight Board, and International Accounting Standards Board.
  • Be aware of pertinent judicial developments at all federal and state courts, with special emphasis on the U.S. Tax Court.
  • Stay up-to-date on significant tax-related legislative and regulatory developments in the 50 states and the District of Columbia.
  • Know about important tax-related international developments.

 

Below is a sample issue of Bloomberg BNA's Compensation Planning Journal. The Compensation Planning Journal is available in print and online. Subscribers may receive headlines and highlights delivered straight to their email.

 Compensation Planning Journal Sample Issue 

Keith A. Mong
Keith A. Mong, B.A., University of Maryland (1984); J.D., The Catholic University of America Columbus School of Law (1987); LL.M., Georgetown University Law Center (1990); Shareholder, Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney PC, Washington, DC; member District of Columbia Bar; Maryland State Bar Association; American Bar Association (Chair, Subcommittee on Employee Benefits Legislation); Chair, Compensation Planning Journal, Board for Compensation Planning, Tax Management, Inc.; regular speaker at seminars and contributor to various journals, including but not limited to, author “A Road Map for Complying with the Final Regulations under Code §409A,” Part I (Tax Mgmt. Comp. Planning J. Aug 3, 2007) and Part II (Tax Mgmt. Comp. Planning J. Sep. 7, 2007), author, “Tax Treatment of Supplemental Retirement Plans, Host Country Response: United States” in Tax Mgmt Int’l. Forum No 4, Sep. 2006  
Mark Wolf
Mark Wolf is the Editor of BNA Tax and Accounting's Compensation Planning Journal and Weekly Report.