Tax Center: NQSO Basics

My company's stock price has dropped since I exercised my NQSOs. Is there anything I can do to reduce the taxes I owed on the spread at the time of exercise? This is premium content

Since the spread between the exercise and market price for NQSOs is taxed as ordinary income upon exercise, the tax is...
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