Compensation and Benefits Consulting
Our Compensation and Benefits Consulting professionals will work with your company to develop customized action plans that support your business goals.
Benefits - You need benefit support that goes beyond plan design. No problem. We can assist with sourcing and selecting benefit plan vendors, communicating your benefit plans to employees and conducting best practices reviews.
Representative services include qualified plan compliance review, Form 5500 filings and vendor sourcing and selection.
Compensation - As you consider the right compensation plan for your people, we can help you explore incentive, stock and nonqualified deferred compensation plans that reward and retain executives, managers, sales professionals and other employees. Representative services include executive compensation, incentive plan design and nonequalified deferred compensation.
Human resources - Comprehensive and cost-effective HR approaches will help you reward and retain your employees while achieving your financial and business goals. Representative services include best practice review, policies and procedures, interim human resource assistance, merger and acquisition support, and performance management.
Global mobility - Keep your assignees informed and their assignments running smoothly. We go beyond tax return preparation, offering strategic tax planning to help companies manage the rising costs of international assignments.
We also offer services in employment tax.
Employment tax - Stay in compliance with the various federal and state laws, with our support. We will look for ways to reduce your employment tax costs. Read about the employment tax leader.
Understand the strategies to avoid the tax consequences associated with excess parachute payments, especially in preparing for M&A.
IRS releases 2015 rates
Optional standard mileage rates
The IRS issued the 2015 optional standard mileage rates used to calculate the deductible costs of operating an automobile.
Jan. 31 deadline
The Department of Labor announced that additional federal unemployment tax will be due on Jan. 31, 2015, from certain employers.