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Restricted Stock & RSUs: 10 Mistakes To Avoid On Your Tax Return This is premium content

The myStockOptions.com Tax Team
Tax returns involving income from restricted stock and restricted stock units (RSUs) can be confusing. The potential for mistakes is increased by new IRS reporting forms and rules for the 2019 tax season. This article explains errors to avoid when reporting stock compensation and stock sales on your tax return.
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