irasmilo writes (in part):You're misinterpreting what you are reading. Let's use a hypothetical example. They gave you $100 on the exercise of your option. They didn't withhold any taxes and they didn't report the $100 on your W-2.I reply:I think the original poster is saying that in addition to ordinary income taxes, a penalty tax is being assessed because the options were backdated. --Bob
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