Tax Center: ESPP Basics

When I sell ESPP shares, how will I be taxed if I did meet the holding-period requirements for tax-qualified ESPPs? Do you have examples? This is premium content

You may have both ordinary income and capital gain when you meet the holding-period requirements (this is a qualifying disposition under the tax code). The answer depends on whether...
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