Vision Wealth Partners

Pros and Cons of
Non-Qualified Deferred Compensation


July 20, 2023



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by Vision Wealth Partners

In qualified plans such as 401(k)s or pension plans, there are plan design limitations that can be suboptimal in certain situations. On the other hand, non-qualified deferred compensation plans can creatively be designed to achieve certain goals. This is the key differentiator between these two plan types when considering overall company strategy.

Josh Weszka discusses pros and cons of non-qualified deferred compensation plans and how to navigate them for long-term success.

Josh Weszka Non-qualified compensation


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