QEP Resources, Inc.

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DEF 14A
QEP RESOURCES, INC. filed this Form DEF 14A on 04/05/2018
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Savings Plans


Employee Investment Plan (401(k) Plan)

QEP offers its employees, including its NEOs, the opportunity to contribute a portion of their salary and/or annual incentive payment up to annual IRS compensation limits to the 401(k) Plan. In 2017, the Company provided matching contributions for employees equal to 100% of an employee's contributions up to 8% of eligible compensation for employees who were not eligible for the SERP, or up to 6% for employees who were eligible for the SERP. The employee deferrals and employer contributions are invested, as directed by the participant, in mutual funds or QEP common stock.

Deferred Compensation Wrap Plan

QEP allows officers, along with certain other key employees, to defer the receipt of compensation under the Deferred Compensation Wrap Plan. The Deferred Compensation Wrap Plan includes both a deferred compensation program and a 401(k) supplemental program.

Deferred Compensation Program of the Deferred Compensation Wrap Plan
This program allows officers and certain key employees to defer taxable income and provide for future financial needs. Eligible employees currently may defer up to 50% of base salary and up to 100% of their annual cash incentives, payouts on PSUs and restricted stock grants pursuant to this program. Base salary and annual cash incentive amounts deferred under this program are eligible for discretionary Company matching contributions, and the Company has generally matched such contributions at the same rate as in the 401(k) Plan.

401(k) Supplemental Program of the Deferred Compensation Wrap Plan
This program allows NEOs and certain key employees whose compensation exceeds the IRS limit on compensation that may be taken into account for qualified plan purposes ($270,000 in 2017) to defer up to 8% of their base salaries and annual cash incentives in excess of the IRS limit for those employees who are not eligible for the SERP and up to 6% for those employees who are eligible for the SERP. The Company provides a matching contribution on this deferred amount as if that amount had been contributed to the 401(k) Plan.

Gains and losses on the deferred amounts are tracked against participant-selected investments. Participants select their investments from a variety of investment options, including QEP phantom stock and an array of mutual funds.

2017 Nonqualified Deferred Compensation

Name
(a)
Executive
Contributions
in Last FY
1,2
($)
(b)
Company
Contributions
in Last FY
3
($)
(c)
Aggregate
Earnings in
Last FY
4
($)
(d)
Aggregate
Withdrawals/
Distributions ($)
(e)
Aggregate
Balance at Last
FYE
5
($)
(f)
Charles B. Stanley
473,575

101,100

134,865


4,783,041

Richard J. Doleshek
61,862

61,862

191,280


2,393,643

Jim E. Torgerson
66,040

66,040

657,197


3,967,112

Christopher K. Woosley
37,302

37,302

55,388


374,034

Margo D. Fiala
235,210

18,884

66,398


811,269

Matthew T. Thompson
77,243

20,377

65,870


478,184


1.
The NEOs automatically participate in the QEP 401(k) Supplemental Program of the Deferred Compensation Wrap Plan when their compensation exceeds the IRS limit. For those who do not participate in our Pension Plan (Mr. Torgerson, Mr. Woosley, Ms. Fiala and Mr. Thompson), 8% of qualified compensation in excess of the IRS limit is automatically contributed pursuant to the QEP 401(k) Supplemental Program and receives an employer match as if contributed to the 401(k) Plan. For those who do participate in our Pension Plan, Mr. Stanley and Mr. Doleshek, the contribution and match amount is 6%.
2.
In 2017, Mr. Stanley, Mr. Doleshek, Mr. Torgerson, Mr. Woosley, Ms. Fiala and Mr. Thompson each deferred compensation under the Deferred Compensation Program of the Deferred Compensation Wrap Plan. Amounts deferred receive the same applicable employer match as if contributed to the 401(k) Plan.

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