December 02, 2020
If you own employer-issued stock in a 401(k) plan, you may benefit from favorable tax treatment under the Net Unrealized Appreciation rules. But, to qualify for an NUA distribution, you would need to satisfy several important rules. Because these are often difficult to understand, this flowchart will help guide you through common issues that may arise.
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