Tax return reporting help for employees

See blog https://lnkd.in/eD4qnyw from myStockOptions that covers some common and costly mistakes with stock options and other types of equity comp.

Alert: If employees sold stock during 2015, they must file with their tax return IRS Form 8949 along with Schedule D, using what the brokerage firm reports to you on IRS Form 1099-B. In most situations, the cost-basis information on Form 1099-B for stock sales from equity compensation cannot be used "as is" for accurate tax-return reporting. If employees do not understand the rules, they will overpay taxes (see a related FAQ at myStockOptions.com).

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