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ISO

 (ī′ĕs-ō′)
n.
An organization, the International Organization for Standardization, that sets standards in many businesses and technologies, including computing and communications.

[From Greek īsos, equal.]

ISO

(ˈaɪsəʊ)
n
(Units) International Organization for Standardization
[Greek isos equal; often wrongly thought to be an abbreviation for International Standards Organization]

ISO

International Standardization Organization.

iso-

a combining form meaning “equal”: isochromatic; in chemistry, used in the names of substances that are isomeric with the substance denoted by the base word: isocyanic acid.
Also, esp. before a vowel, is-.
[< Greek, comb. form of ísos equal]
Translations

ISO

N ABBR =International Standards OrganizationOIN f
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Thus, almost all taxpayers who exercise ISOs will be subject to the AMT.
From an employee's perspective, ISOs offer generally more favorable tax treatment than non-qualified stock options and other equity-based compensation such as restricted stock.
Under an ISO plan, an employee is given the right to purchase stock from a corporation for a specified period of time and at a stated price.
Traditional tax planning has tried to find solutions for taxpayers who own stock worth significantly more than an ISO exercise price.
The bill provides relief for ISO AMT victims by accelerating the refund of stranded ISO AMT overpayment credits that under current law wouldn't be returned within the taxpayer's lifetime.
If the options instead are ISOs, E incurs no taxable income on exercise, and the company receives no deduction.
WASHINGTON -- Ruling Stresses Urgent Need for Congress to Take Action to Ensure Fair Tax Treatment for Countless Hardworking ISO AMT Victims
The California ISO CRR system is part of its new multi-vendor Market Redesign and Technology Upgrade (MRTU) implementation program.
Unfortunately, the Alternative Minimum Tax on ISOs continues to subject taxpayers, both today and from past years, with egregious tax scenarios, requiring taxpayers to pay tens of thousands, hundreds of thousands, and even millions of dollars in "prepayment" taxes on unrealized income.
The report backs ISO New England's proposed approach to creating a single market, ensuring sufficient time for planning and implementing new systems.
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