Certain small start-up companies will be exempt from taxing stock options.
The Federal Court of Australia determined that a director of an Australian company who did not speak English could not discharge duties as a director by relying on English speaking co-directors.
The Danish government is considering a bill which will change the tax position on employee stock options where they will only be taxed at sale and with a maximum tax rate of 42% rather than the maximum 52% tax applied to salaries.
New legislation was implemented in 2014 which requires all companies who operate an Employee Share Plan for employees working in the UK to register their plan rules
Employees who have been transferred by prior employers may claim compensation if they have been redundant for a ‘loss of opportunity to retain employment'
The Federal Government has announced changes to the Employee Share and Option Scheme (ESOP) rules, which if enacted, should assist start-up businesses
Includes overview of incentive benefit and compliance requirements
Employers who grant stock options to employees in Ireland are no longer required to deduct and remit employee-side Pay Related Social Insurance (PRSI) to the Revenue Commission on the spread of stock options exercised on or after July 1, 2012.