Restricted Stock: Section 83(b)

If I make a Section 83(b) election to be taxed on the value of my restricted stock at grant, can I pay the taxes by selling shares or by having my company withhold shares or lend me money? This is premium content

At the time of grant, your shares have not vested. Thus you cannot sell them, and your company cannot withhold shares. The possibility of a loan from the company depends on...
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