Monthly Archives: May 2013

Stock Option Exercise Tax Math

Exercising a stock option is not always as straight forward as you might expect. The reason? Taxes. How to Calculate the Tax on the Exercise of an NQO “Spread” means the positive difference between the fair market value of the … Continue reading

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Social Purpose Corporations: Reports

If you are a social purpose corporation, don’t forget about your annual social purpose report.  Under RCW 23B.25.150, social purpose corporations have to file a report annually, reporting on how they are doing. The Social Purpose Corporation Statute, RCW 23B.25.150 (the … Continue reading

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Commercial Coventures: Making a Difference while Making a Profit

By David Lawson Many entrepreneurs want to use their businesses to make a difference in their communities, but don’t necessarily want to start nonprofits or dedicate themselves only to charitable causes.  One of the most common tools entrepreneurs use to … Continue reading

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Comment Letter On Venture Fund Investment Adviser Registration Rules

If you are interested in following the debate about the proposed new rules in Washington State that would regulate venture fund managers, and require them in many instances to register as investment advisers, you might find the attached letter a … Continue reading

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Washington State to Regulate Venture Fund Managers

This article is appearing simultaneously on The Venture Alley and on Startup Law Blog. Readers may feel free to re-post this content elsewhere as well. The world is changing for venture funds and similar funds in Washington State, and not necessarily for the … Continue reading

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