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Awards of RSUs can provide tax deferral opportunity

Executives and other key employees are often compensated with more than just salary, fringe benefits and bonuses. They may also be awarded stock-based compensation, such as restricted stock or stock options. Another form becoming more common is restricted stock units (RSUs). If RSUs are part of your compensation package, be sure you understand the tax consequences—and a valuable tax deferral opportunity...

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Tax Alerts


23 August 2016, 11:14 am
All AICPA members are subject to the AICPA Code of Professional Conduct, including all general and technical standards. There are several provisions in the Code of Professional Conduct that may be of particular interest to a member’s tax practice, including: Rule 101 – Independence, Interpretation


22 August 2016, 12:59 pm
Despite the long-held belief in tax planning circles that the above is true, the IRS recently proposed regulations that, according to Mark Mazur, assistant secretary for tax policy at the Treasury Department, “will close a tax loophole that certain taxpayers have long used to understate the fair