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I'm learning on this one just like you. The gist of the Section 83(b) election, as I understand it, is that an employee has the opportunity to be taxed on the value of property received for services, stock in your example, in your case presumably ...
I'm not sure I'm clear on your numbers, but the 10% penalty tax is computed on the gross premature distribution, and the amount eligible for the medical expense exception is the total medical expenses of the couple qualifying under Section ...
I have a NC resident client who has been instructed by his employer that he needs to file a Section 83(b) protective election in respect to stock he has received in the company. I have not seen such an election before. I would appreciate a quick primer ...
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