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Section 409A
Introduced in 2004 by the American Jobs Creation Act, Section 409A of the Internal Revenue Code provides rules for nonqualified deferred compensation. See a detailed FAQ on the section's application to stock plans. For details on Section 409A and its major influence on nonqualified deferred compensation plans, see the website myNQDC.com.
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