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iso-

(word root) equal
Examples of words with the root iso-: isometric

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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If a corporation grants to an employee ISOs first becoming exercisable in a single year that relate to shares with a combined fair market value that exceeds $100,000, the rule precluding options on shares in excess of $100,000 per year from qualifying as ISOs is applied by taking options into account in the order in which they were granted.(10)
It will be aligned with and refer to the most recent version of ISOs quality management systems standard, ISO 9001:2015.
However, the referenced agreements did not prohibit the exercise of ISOs. A exercised ISOs in July, August and November of year 2, and in April, June and August of year 3.
ISOs and NQSOs are two types of commonly recognized stock options.
424(c)(4)(B), when ISOs are transferred between spouses or incident to divorce, the same tax treatment that would have applied to the transferor applies to the transferee.
83(b) election can be made for alternative minimum tax (AMT) purposes on the exercise of an incentive stock option (ISO).
T exercised ISOs for 80,000 shares at $50 per share with a cost of $0.05 per share in 2000.
For regular tax purposes, ISOs do not result in taxable income on the option grant date or when an employee exercises the option (Sec.
As compared to an NQSO, an ISO is advantageous, because an optionee will generally not have any regular tax consequences on its exercise.
421(a)(2) and (b) provide that a corporation issuing an incentive stock option (ISO) may not deduct compensation attributable to its exercise, unless the employee makes a disqualifying disposition of the ISO stock.
ISO plans are plans specifically qualified under the Internal Revenue Code that grant eligible employees options permitting them to purchase company stock at a stated price within a set amount of time.
The renewed interest in ISOs is one of the hottest topics in executive compensation.