Nonqualified Stock Options

Barnett, Robert S.; Lipoff, Lawrence M.
August 1999
CPA Journal;Aug99, Vol. 69 Issue 8, p70
Academic Journal
Discusses nonqualified stock options, an important form of executive compensation and allow financial participation in corporate growth. Its categories; Taxation of nonqualified options; Valuation rules on a gift options.


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