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A non-qualified deferred comp plan, by definition, has to have a "substantial risk of forfeiture", otherwise the funds would be taxable to you immediately.

I agree with JAFO (big surprise). Unless you are a senior officer or similar of this company, I'd be highly reluctant to put funds into this deferred comp plan. It's also rather unusual for a company to have a non-qualified plan available to individuals beyond high ranking officer/VP's.

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