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Non-Qualified Stock Options

Non-Qualified Stock Options

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  • Non-Qualified Stock Options

    Compensatory stock options that are not eligible to be treated as Incentive Stock Options for federal income tax purposes. Non-Qualified Stock Options are the most common and prevalent form of stock options because the alternative, Incentive Stock Options, have a number of requisite features that most of the options that are granted over the life of a business do not or will not satisfy.  See also ISOs.

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