Wednesday, March 13, 2013

IRS Prevails in Court Case: Discounted Options Subject to 409A


From Benefits Notes Blog:

"I also found the case interesting because of the time periods involved and the role of the taxpayers in the stock issuance. The case involved actions taken during the 409A transition period, the period of time between January 1, 2005, when the statute became effective, and January 1, 2008, when final regulations became effective. During that transition period, employers and employees had a certain amount of leeway to fix arrangements that had not violated tax laws at inception but now were caught by the broad sweep of Section 409A."

Blog Post HERE

Court Decision HERE



3 comments:

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Ardith Kudelkagb said...

There is a HUGE wealth gap from the top 2% to the 3% and this information is misinformed and ignorant. The entire working class of America receives around 3% of the wealth, while ONE RICH family receives MORE THAN 30% OF AMERICAS WEALTH! Corporations like GE DIDN'T PAY ANY TAXES ON OVER $100 BILLION! That's more tax than the working class creates. Centralized banking is the problem, which is why our forefathers who created this country had WAR on centralized banking. This country went to shit 2013 tax brackets.

Editor said...

Really?