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11/06/2017

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Clever and funny! Paraphrasing Mark Twain, the death of equity comp is greatly exaggerated. I wrote a blog about it, too, which makes a slight prediction on what may happened to these provisions.
See: http://mystockoptions.typepad.com/blog/2017/11/tax-reform-house-draft-bill-has-opportunities-and-surprises-for-stock-compensation.html

To all: I have written and update to this article that can be found on LinkedIn. Section 3801 of H.R. 1 has been stricken from the most recent update of the Tax Reform bill.

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/equity-compensation-says-reports-my-death-have-been-greatly-walter/?published=t

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