Backdating policy

04-Aug-2019 14:41

I am intending to act for a friend as his VAT agent and I'm currently going through the registration process.

He is keen to get back some of the VAT he's paid on purchases (particularly expensive business assets) in the past.

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After medical school, he worked in California and Colorado before moving to Minnesota.(To learn more, read .) In short, it is this failure to disclose - rather than the backdating process itself - that is the crux of the options backdating scandal. To be clear, the majority of public companies handle their employee stock options programs in the traditional manner.That is, they grant their executives stock options with an exercise price (or price at which the employee can purchase the common stock at a later date) equivalent to the market price at the time of the option grant.But a claim may generally only be backdated by a maximum of 31 days.Prior to 6 April 2012, the backdating period was 93 days.

After medical school, he worked in California and Colorado before moving to Minnesota.(To learn more, read .) In short, it is this failure to disclose - rather than the backdating process itself - that is the crux of the options backdating scandal. To be clear, the majority of public companies handle their employee stock options programs in the traditional manner.That is, they grant their executives stock options with an exercise price (or price at which the employee can purchase the common stock at a later date) equivalent to the market price at the time of the option grant.But a claim may generally only be backdated by a maximum of 31 days.Prior to 6 April 2012, the backdating period was 93 days.Changes of circumstances can be backdated up to 1 month.