Greetings,I have recently exercised and sold a bunch of stock options that I recieved from my employer a few years ago. Since I exercised and sold on the same day, I know that the gains made are taxable as a salary compensation. But here's my concern:I recieved a little over $3000. Both my company nor the broker will withhold taxes for this money. So how do I pay the taxes? I'm affraid that if I leave it until filing income tax time in April, I might owe too much and therefore pay a penalty to Uncle Sam.I would like to pay the taxes, somehow, now. But how would I do this?Thanx in advance for any advice.
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