How Japan taxes stock options
A new case has changed how employees of Japanese subsidiaries of foreign companies are taxed on their stock options. Ryuichi Tajima, Doug Rosser, Jonathan Stuart-Smith and Jonathan Golub of Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu, Tokyo explain why corporates need to review their plans
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