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Net Proceeds

The amount you receive from a stock sale after all costs and expenses are deducted from the gross proceeds that arise from the transaction. For example, with a cashless, same-day-sale exercise of stock options, the net proceeds are the gross sales proceeds from the sale of the option stock, minus the exercise price, the taxes, and any commissions and fees paid to the broker that handled the transaction.

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