The decision of whether or not to accept a nonqualified deferred compensation plan can involve a lot of questions: Can I afford to defer the money? Can I trust that it will be there when I need it? How should I invest it? and How and when may I withdraw it?
This 4-part series on nonqualified deferred compensation plans digs into the details and compares their features to other investment and savings vehicles.
This information is intended to be educational and is not tailored to the investment needs of any specific investor.
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