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Webcast: Case Study - Non-Qualified Options - Minimizing Future Tax Liability

Case Studies
November 1, 2017

Tax Economics is a mind-set and approach to making investment decisions focused on maximizing after-tax returns. Investors can reap enormous financial benefits by considering the tax implications of their asset allocations at the outset, rather than as an afterthought. This Applied Insights Webcast is the third in a series of case studies in Tax Economics by Chief Tax Economist, Patrick Geddes.

case study - non-qualified options 
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