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Where do you enter the information from Form 3922?

rebat 5,264 468 January 31, 2011 at 10:35 PM
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Last Edited by rebat January 31, 2011 at 10:40 PM
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Did you sell the stock?
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Did you sell the stock?
Nope.
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Nope.
Then you don't need to do anything. Hold onto for the form though so you can recognize the gain or loss in the year that you sell or dispose of the stock.

See page 4: http://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/f3922.pdf
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so stock options are under tax radar until they are cashed? I guess that makes sense.... since taxing them at transfer would create issues when they are eventually sold - what is taxed, when, no double taxation.
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so stock options are under tax radar until they are cashed? I guess that makes sense.... since taxing them at transfer would create issues when they are eventually sold - what is taxed, when, no double taxation.
They aren't under the tax radar hence the filing of Form 3922...but you just don't owe anything on them until you actually get the money for selling them.
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