Non-Qualifed Stock Options
Do you need information about tax and investment planning for non-qualified employee stock options?
This is a highly complex area of the tax law. In many cases, your decisions can result in a significant, unexpected financial hardship. The rules are quite different from incentive stock options, but they have one thing in common:
You could owe a tax when you have received no cash income to pay it!
For a complementary copy of our special report, Non-Qualified Stock Options – Executive Tax and Financial Planning Strategies, please follow the link and fill out our form with your name, address and telephone number.
You might also be interested in Michael Gray’s interviews with John Olagues for Financial Insider Weekly: “Employee Stock Option Basics 2011” and “Employee Stock Option Hedging Strategies 2011.”
For specific questions, visit Michael Gray, CPA’s Incentive Stock Options Frequently Asked Questions List.
Or, check out our books: Executive Tax Planning for Employee Stock Options or Secrets of Tax Planning For Employee Stock Options, Stock Grants and ESOPs.
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