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        Non-Qualified Deferred Compensation Plan (NQDC)

        Understanding Code IRC 409A, for Small to Mid-Sized Businesses

        Free 1 Hour CPE Event Begins In...









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        Presented By

        Jeremy Colombik

        Jeremy Colombik


        Jeremy Colombik is an experienced, licensed financial professional with accomplishments like being named as a Top of the Table member since 2008 for Life Insurance sales as well as a financial specialist for executives & business owners.

        • Group Internet Based
        • CPAs who attend earn 1 CPE credit hours
        • CFPs who attend earn 1 CE credit hours
        • CPAs must respond to three polling questions during the program to receive credit.


        Specialized Knowledge

        Attendees will learn advantages and benefits of NQDC for owners of small to mid-sized businesses and their key employees.

        • Attendees will learn about Non-Qualified Deferred Compensation (NQDC), its’ uses, and benefits for both the employer and employee.
        • Learn the differences between an NQDC program and a Qualified Program. Attendees will be able to explain NQDC to colleagues and clients.
        • Identify clients who qualify for, and would benefit from, a Non-Qualified Deferred Compensation Plan.


        • Program Level: Basic
        • Pr-requisite: None
        • Advance Preparation: None

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