I am happy to answer your tax question on stock options, but I need to know more than just saying "stock options". I need to know if they are ISOs, LEAPs, or publicly traded and how they were acquired.
by Ellen 5 years ago
Must be nice...Facebook made over $1 billion last year, but will pay no taxes -- in fact, it'll get a refund. How?1. Make stock options part of the employee benefits package.2. Write off the stock options, deducting them from the tax you owe.3. The employees pay taxes on the stock options -- at a...
by Scott S Bateman 3 years ago
1) Their governments are heavily influenced by multibillionaires.2) Those billionaires hide their assets and underpay taxes.3) Both governments spend more than than receive anyway to appease the lower classes.4) Both countries are heavily in debt.Agree or disagree?
by Evan G Rogers 8 years ago
I get into a lot of arguments with Republicans and Democrats.Usually it goes something like this: The Republicrat demands that the other party is doing something stupid; Then I point out that both parties do things stupid all the time, and that government is incapable of producing anything that...
by William Files 8 years ago
how do I email Mellon Investors to get an answer to a tax question I havewe received two Form 1099B in 2007 and need information about these two investments: NCR Corporation and Teradata Corporation
by Sulabha Dhavalikar 5 years ago
Can absolute power fetch happiness to a person?
by Shrikrishna Potdar 5 years ago
Who is the most happy person according to you & why?Who is the most happy person according to you & why?1. A Person who has arranged first set of stones2. A person who has arranged second set of stones3. A person who has arranged third set of stonesWhy part is important in this question...
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