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Blackout period. As the name suggests, this is a period of time during which directors, executive officers, certain employees and some other people and related entities are prohibited from selling or buying a company's securities. Sort of like blackout dates for airline points, only for stock.
A blackout period refers to how most companies and corporate insiders are prohibited from repurchasing their own shares in the month before the release of their quarterly results. Companies buying back their own stock have been providing a major floor to equity prices.
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) protects employees during blackout periods. The SEC prohibits employees, even top company officials, from trading based on company information that has not yet been made public, and blackout periods help to enforce that rule.
For publicly traded stocks, the four weeks before the close of a business quarter are also known as a quiet period.
Either prohibit "Broker-Assisted Cashless" exercises entirely, or restrict them to only be permitted during blackout windows, barring special circumstances and approvals. Ensure that any trade monitoring includes review of stock option exercises.
Most companies offer you the opportunity to exercise your stock options early (i.e. before they are fully vested). If you decide to leave your company prior to being fully vested and you early-exercised all your options then your employer will buy back your unvested stock at your exercise price.
Exercising a stock option means purchasing the issuer's common stock at the price set by the option (grant price), regardless of the stock's price at the time you exercise the option. See About Stock Options for more information.
Since you'll have to exercise your option through your employer, your employer will report the amount of your income on line 1 of your Form W-2 as ordinary wages or salary and the income will be included when you file your tax return.
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