This is a just a quick note that proposed Treasury regulations were issued under Section 162(m) that reverses a series of private letter rulings previously granted to UPREITs.  Under the proposed Treasury regulations, the $1mm deduction limitation under Section 162(m) would apply with respect to compensation that a publicly-traded REIT’s covered employee receives from an

We previously posted on grandfather treatment under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (the “Act”), as clarified by Notice 2018-68.  This post is an extension of our prior post and is intended to highlight that an issuer’s PFO is subject to a slightly different analysis with respect to Grandfather Treatment (defined below).
Continue Reading Different Grandfather Analysis Applies to PFOs under Section 162(m) and Notice 2018-68

The purpose of this post is to highlight certain action items that a publicly-traded company should consider in order to help it preserve compensatory deductions.  The timing of this post is triggered by Notice 2018-68 that was issued by the IRS on August 21, 2018.
Continue Reading Preserving the Deduction: Certain 162(m) Action Items Triggered by Notice 2018-68

Just a quick note.  Today the IRS issued guidance on Section 162(m) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 (“Section 162(m)”), as curtailed by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 (i.e., the Act essentially eliminated the performance-based exception to the $1mm deduction limit under Section 162(m), except with respect to certain