On Thursday of last week, Republicans in the House of Representatives released a proposed tax reform bill that includes several provisions that would significantly impact compensation of directors, executives and employees. The bill also includes provisions relating to 401(k) plans and other employees benefits.

Blog posts summarizing these provisions are available at https://www.taxreformandtransition.com/2017/11/house-tax-bill-upends-key-executive-compensation-rules/ and https://www.taxreformandtransition.com/2017/11/house-tax-bill-changes-to-employee-benefits/.

These posts summarize the initial version of the tax reform bill proposed in the House. The bill is undergoing changes through the mark-up process in the House, and the Senate is expected to release its own bill soon, which may include very different provisions relating to compensation and benefits.

If you are interested in staying abreast of tax reform developments, the full tax reform blog and a link to subscribe can be found at https://www.taxreformandtransition.com/.