Cutting-Edge Trends in Executive Compensation
Changes in the new tax law have impacted executive compensation in the nonprofit sector in general but particularly for nonprofit hospitals. The new excise tax imposed under the new tax law presents significant challenges but also significant opportunities to review and improve executive compensation arrangements for highly compensated hospital executives.
• Identify the technical and marketplace issues facing nonprofit hospitals surrounding executive compensation
• Explore solutions that provide a win-win for employer and highly compensated employee
Jamie Hebets is a registered representative with NFP Securities, Inc. and joined NFP in 2012. The national headquarters for NFP The Hebets Company is located in Phoenix, AZ, and specializes in executive compensation and fringe benefit consulting, business succession planning concepts, wealth creation, estate preservation and life insurance.
Jamie Hebets joined the firm in 2012 assuming the role of Vice President as well as the long term succession plan for the firm. Jamie has assumed a significant leadership position within a firm with over 40 years serving many of the nation’s wealthiest families and that has also developed long-term relationships that have now become multi-generational. NFP The Hebets Company has over 40 years of experience in delivering the highest-quality compensation and benefits consulting and service to health care executives and providers around the country. Jamie has assumed a significant role in the education and enrollment of the participants of these compensation benefits plans.
Jamie has also had an extensive involvement in charitable works, including serving as a Member of the Board for Future for Kids, a nonprofit agency serving at risk youth throughout the City of Phoenix.
Jim Hebets is President and Founder of The Hebets Company and joined NFP Corp. (NFP) in 2006. Jim is also a registered representative with Kestra Investment Services, LLC. The national headquarters for The Hebets Company is located in Phoenix, AZ and specializes in executive compensation and fringe benefit consulting, business succession planning concepts, wealth creation, estate preservation strategies and the facilitation of the purchase of extremely large amounts of life insurance.
Jim also has extensive involvement in charitable works in a wide variety of areas. His most passionate involvement is in his role as the Executive Vice President of the National Board of Directors of Childhelp – the nation’s oldest and largest not-for-profit agency serving abused and neglected children. Childhelp founders, Sara O’Meara and Yvonne Fedderson, are currently nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize.
Jim and his wife Carol are blessed to have five children and eight grandchildren who are a constant source of joy in their lives.