Taxation of Employee Stock Options
By Michael Gray, CPA
“I’m not sure if I like the rules, but I’ve learned if you don’t play by the rules, you can really get screwed.”
–Mike Keenly, Option Holder
- Have incentive stock options? Read our report, Incentive Stock Options – Executive Tax and Financial Planning Strategies.
- Hve non-qualified stock options? Read our report, Non-Qualified Stock Options – Executive Tax and Financial Planning Strategies.
- Find out about our book, Secrets of Tax Planning for Employee Stock Options, 2014 Edition.
- The future of employee stock options after Statement of Financial Accounting Standards No. 123
- The Amazing Disappearing AMT Credit
- Stock Market Decline with Employee Stock Options
- Refundable Alternative Minimum Tax Credit Available for 2008
Michael Gray, CPA’s Option Alert
Answers to Frequently Asked Taxation Questions about the Taxation of Employee Stock Options
- Incentive Stock Options (ISO)
- Non-Qualified Stock Options (NQSO)
- Other Employee Stock Options (ESO)
- Other Tax Issues
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