September 1, 2015

Taxation of Certain Escrowed Payments with Respect to Nonstatutory Stock Options

New York partner Tom Gray recently published an article in the Journal of Corporate Taxation titled, “Taxation of Certain Escrowed Payments with Respect to Nonstatutory Stock Options.” The article discusses employees who hold nonstatutory stock options in a target corporation and how the holders of these options will be taxed if if a portion of the proceeds from the sale of those options are held in escrow to secure the buyer’s indemnification rights.

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