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What is the accounting and tax treatment when a non employee is granted stock option rights and pays for the right to get the option

Mark Perlin's Profile


(Agent) |

DISCLAIMER: I am not an attorney.

If this offer of equity to an unaccredited investor was made without a private offering you will need to contact a qualified attorney to find out what your legal remedies are.

A non employee, under a non employee plan would be an investor.

If you have a number of these situations your legal obligations may have multiplied.

Mark Perlin
Title: Business Consultant
Company: Self Employed
(Business Consultant , Self Employed) |

Thank you. This was a private offering and it was for only one person.


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