Restricted Stock: Restricted Stock Units

I am eligible for vesting acceleration at retirement but have not actually retired, so why has my restricted stock been taxed? Is the treatment different for RSUs? This is premium content

These retirement-eligibility provisions raise tax complications for both restricted stock and RSU grants, though the issues vary. For tax purposes it does not matter that you must actually retire to vest the shares. With restricted stock, taxation is triggered when the grant is...
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