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Six-and-One
Slang term for a type of stock option exchange that was used for underwater stock options before FAS 123(R) (now called ASC Topic 718). To avoid adverse accounting treatment, companies canceled options and reissued them no sooner than six months and one day later. For current corporate approaches to underwater stock options, see the relevant FAQ on this website.
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