Triscend-Dollar Associates White Paper on IRS Reporting of CU Executive Compensation

Posted: February 14, 2019


Since Congress passed the new tax law in 2017, credit unions have been waiting for the IRS to come forward with their reporting regime for executive compensation – including employee benefits and deferred compensation.  Credit union executives, as well as credit unions themselves, will be impacted by how the calculations are made and through what mechanism credit unions must report publicly accessible executive compensation. The White Paper below provides information to credit unions on the implications of the new Tax Law, developed from TRISCEND, a specialized executive benefits firm that focuses exclusively on not-for-profits, and Dollar Associates.  Please let us know if you have any questions or need additional information on this topic.  Also, be sure to check out our free archive webinar on the same topic from February 13th.