ISOs: AMT Advanced

What is the tax basis of my ISO stock that I use to calculate the sale gain for AMT purposes? This is premium content

When you trigger the alternative minimum tax (AMT) from an ISO exercise, you create dual-basis stock. This means that for the purposes of calculating your AMT gain and adjustment, the basis of the shares will be calculated differently for the regular tax and for AMT. For your regular tax, the basis is...
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