Pre-IPO: Early-Exercise Options

My pre-IPO company lets me exercise options still subject to vesting. I did so and received stock subject to a company repurchase right. I am now leaving my job before the shares vested. What are the tax consequences if I forfeit the stock for which I have made an 83(b) election to be taxed at the time of exercise? This is premium content

When you exercise options that are still subject to a vesting schedule, you essentially have purchased restricted stock. You then file a Section 83(b) election...
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