Restricted Stock: Taxes Advanced

If my restricted stock vests during a blackout period or a lockup, or if the stock sale on the vest date would trigger Section 16 short-swing profit liability, is the tax treatment delayed until a later date? This is premium content

You are taxed on the full value of the shares at vesting, when the restrictions lapse. It does not matter whether...
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