In an ideal world, the value of shares would increase and as a consequence, share options would never ‘dive underwater’ (i.e. the underlying shares have a value below the putative exercise price, such that the options are of no current value or benefit to the employee). In reality, there is a strong possibility that many taxpayers and their advisers will on occasion have to consider the consequences of falling share values.

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