Non-Qualified Stock Options For Employees – Killer Advice
Many companies decide to grant their employees with the option to purchase shares of a stock. You may choose to exercise this option and expect a potential increase in value of the stock.
Non-Qualified Stock Options Agreement
The difference between the fair market value and the non-qualified stock option priced initially offered through your employer grant agreement is your profit. This taxable income for you, as an employee, is tax deductible for your employer. You have to report it as ordinary income.In addition, when exercising your non-qualified stock option you are subject to withholding from you wages. You have to satisfy these payments with cash.Since Joe Mastriano P.C. deals with the IRS every single day, and has been doing so for over 30 years, we know how to maximize your refund and lower your tax debt the legal way. Contact us today to setup your consultation. We will discuss your options, explain to you how to handle the situation and if necessary, we can manage the process for you. Visit our website for free advice or call us NOW (713)774-4467.