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Subject:  tax advantage, NonQual Stock options Date:  4/14/2001  5:04 AM
Author:  JesseSmit Number:  50241 of 129670

Other than possible increases in stock price, is there a benefit to holding on to exercised non-qualified stock options? I recently read in a newspaper article that "long term holds"(i.e. over a year) only benefit incentive stock option exercisers since they will be probably taxed at the capital gains rate.
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