I have a RSU ( restricted stock) from the company I work and will be vested on November, 2019.?
I waited for it for two years to be vested; my question is, what percent will I pay on taxes?
For instance, the total amount for stock that I will get is 3500, what portion will go on taxes?
- STEVEN FLv 79 months ago
Becoming vested IS NOT a taxable event.
When you sell, the gain or loss is treated exactly the same as gain or loss from any other stock for tax purposes.
- Anonymous10 months ago
All profit...or gain is taxable. You got it free so its all taxed.
- JudyLv 710 months ago
Any profit above what you paid for the stock is taxed. If they gave it to you and nothing was included on your W-2 for it, the entire sale price is taxed, minus any commission you paid.
- 10 months ago