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I posted the following question on 4/7/98 to the "A Foolish Question Board." Help would be appreciated.

<<One form of an Employees' Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP)is when an employeer "gives" employees stock over a period of years. Question:
What are the tax ramifications of that stock when:
a) taken as cash when vested, or
b) taken as the actual stock cetificates when vested?
Is this short term earnings in both cases?
Thanks for sharing information on this subject.>>
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