I'd like some clarification on terminology here. I probably should have said "unrestricted" instead of "vested". That should clear up a whole lot for you.When you become free to sell the shares and get cash is when you recognize the taxable income.So if you were to leave your employer today and then get 2/3 of your stock, that's when you'd have the taxable income. Those shares would become unrestricted at that point.Or if you continue working and then get access to all of the stock, that's when you have the taxable income.--Peter
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