Competitive executive compensation planning in non-profit organizations is challenging. State and federal laws as well as public policy often limit the opportunities to offer compensation packages similar to those commonly offered in for-profit companies. This often skews the talent stream in their favor. The use of split-dollar life insurance as an executive benefit has become popular to provide a bridge over the compensation gap. It’s been used as a valuable employee benefit since the 1940s
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