• cbro (broady)

    cbro (broady)

    1 year ago
    yea
  • cbro (broady)

    cbro (broady)

    1 year ago
    i guess if you leave and don't exercise the options then you write it off as a loss, right?
  • cbro (broady)

    cbro (broady)

    1 year ago
    but that's a capital loss, but you paid income tax on it
  • cbro (broady)

    cbro (broady)

    1 year ago
    that kinda sucks
  • ?

    user

    1 year ago
    If you never excerise, it's just gone. It's not a loss because you never exercised.
  • ?

    user

    1 year ago
    options are just that -- the option to buy something at your strike price
  • ?

    user

    1 year ago
    well wait, that might not be true
  • ?

    user

    1 year ago
    I'm pretty sure you only pay tax on difference when you exercise. right @User ?
  • ?

    user

    1 year ago
    I don't think I ever had to pay tax on the initial options grant, but maybe it's just been so small that I don't remember?
  • cbro (broady)

    cbro (broady)

    1 year ago
    ah yes reading now i think that's right