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  1. Incentive Stock Option. A type of employee stock option which provides tax advantages for the employer that a non-qualified stock option does not, but which is subject to more stringent requirements. For ISOs, no income tax is due when the options are granted or when they're exercised. Instead, the tax is deferred until the holder sells thestock, at which time he/she is taxed for his/her...
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I wanted to take the Iso advantage because I thought it would be better for my career in the long run.
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"I haven't reported my missing credit card to the police because whoever stole it is spending less than my wife." 
-Ilie Nastase
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expertise

Basis of credibility of a person who is perceived to be knowledgeable in an area ortopic due to his or her studytraining, or experience in the subject matter.
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When I was interviewed for a job last week, they asked me which areas I hadexpertise in and would know how to handle.
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individual rights

The freedom to act, work, think and behave without retribution bestowed upon members of an organization through legal, regulatory and societal standards. Governing authorities, such as the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), protect individual rights in the workplace.


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One of the great things about America are the individual rights that its citizens have in the business world today.
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position

  1. general reference to an investment holding. A position can be long or short, and it can be in any asset class, such as stocksbonds,futures, or options. A position can be open (current) or closed (past), but in general use, unless a position is specifically referred to asclosed, the assumption is that it references an open position.
  2. The financial health of a company.
  3. A job or role within a
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You should always try to position your self in a place where you have many options to choose from at all times.

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"Money is the fruit of evil, as often as the root of it." 
-Henry Fielding