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Post-Termination Exercise Period
The period after the end of employment during which an option must be exercised before it expires. This period is almost always shorter than the term that would remain if your employment had continued. It usually lasts 90 days after employment, but it can be much shorter. See your stock plan and grant agreement for details. See a related FAQ on this website.
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