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A 1982 law treating incentive stock options as a tax preference item means startup employees may have to pay huge taxes on their stock options before they are able to sell their stock. This is a problem because startups now reach very high valuations before going public (as a result of 2002 Sarbanes–Oxley Act making it much more difficult for companies to go public).
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