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The tax implications associated with exercising stock options are complex and timing is critical to mitigating taxes on gains. A comprehensive analysis of your stock option portfolio can provide the critical information and insight you need as you explore various approaches to making the most of this important aspect of your compensation. We provide the insight and objective guidance you need to help develop short-term and long-term stock option strategies.
Deferred compensation refers to any arrangement in which a portion of your income is paid out at a specific date after which the income is actually earned. Common examples of deferred compensation include stock options, pensions, and non-qualified deferred compensation retirement plans. The primary benefit of deferring compensation is the deferral of taxes on the compensation until the date you actually receive the income.
Having a plan in place to mitigate taxes on deferred compensation can be critical to helping you reap the benefits of this income source. The regulations governing when and how deferred compensation is taxed are complex and difficult to sort through. Our experienced advisors can help develop tax-efficient investment strategies tailored to your needs and situation.
Tax and legal services are not offered by LPL Financial or Miller Financial Group.
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