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What Is the Difference Between Warrants and Options?

What is the difference between warrants and options? Is there a difference? Warrants and stock options are similar in that they are both contractual rights to buy stock of a company, at a price fixed in the contract, and for … Continue reading

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House Votes To Tax Carried Interest As Ordinary Income

The US House of Representatives today voted to subject the carried interest to tax as ordinary income and employment taxes.  

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Employers Must Begin Reporting ISO Option Exercises To IRS

Historically, the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended (the “Code”) required corporations to provide an annual informational statement to each employee acquiring stock pursuant to the exercise of an incentive stock option (“ISO”) or under an employee stock purchase … Continue reading

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Common Mistakes In Starting A Company & How To Avoid Them

I frequently meet with entrepreneurs after they have created their business entity and put some of the initial legal documentation in place.  I frequently see the following mistakes, which can be easily avoided and save time and money for entrepreneurs … Continue reading

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Michele Radosevich Describes Wash. State’s New Digital Goods Tax

By Michele Radosevich In the 2009 session, the Washington Legislature mandated big changes in the way that goods and services are taxed if those goods and services are delivered digitally. Under the new law, the notion that the sales and … Continue reading

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