Nonstatutory stock options /

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Author / Creator:Eickman, Matthew J.
Imprint:Arlington, VA : Tax Management, c2008-
Series:U.S. income portfolios ; 383-5th
Compensation planning portfolios ; portfolio 383-5th
Tax management portfolios ; 383-5th.
Tax management compensation planning portfolios ; portfolio 383-5th.
Subject:Stock options -- Taxation -- Law and legislation -- United States.
Employee stock options -- United States.
Deferred compensation -- Taxation -- Law and legislation -- United States.
Format: E-Resource Journal
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Other authors / contributors:Tax Management Inc.
Frequency:Updated irregularly
Notes:Includes bibliographical references.
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Summary:"... examines the rules governing the taxation of stock options granted to employees by their employers as compensation for services rendered. Under the Internal Revenue Code, there are two basic types of compensatory stock options--statutory and nonstatutory. This Portfolio focuses on nonstatutory stock options."
Other form:Print version: Eickman, Matthew J. Nonstatutory stock options. Arlington, VA : Tax Management, c2012- 9781558719347