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Accounting for Stock Options

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http://www.accounting101.org Accounting for stock options: this is an example problem about how to account for stock options.
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Ahmed Sahwan (3 months ago)
why do we credit APIC- stock option on the 1st J.E? What does this account mean and why it is not accounted for as a contingent liability ? Can anyone help Thanks !
Aqsa Latif (6 months ago)
Why did you use $1 par? Is that standard for all situation?
Kiuk P (2 years ago)
How about the grant date ? shouldn't we do like" Deferred comp. expense xxx | Stock option out standing xxx " and then recognize the expense over the vesting period ?
may cheung (3 years ago)
How is the option value determined? Eg for Alfred, the value is $9
Shi Mei Chin (3 months ago)
Stock options value is determined by a pricing model. Common stock options model would be Black-Scholes
Brigitte L. (3 years ago)
thanks for posting and it is very useful for me.
Gigi Gi (3 years ago)
What is the option value mean? Why is there double entry made for Dr compensation expense Cr Share Option
Gigi Gi (3 years ago)
In year 2008 the market price of share is $32, can the company offer a $16 share option to employee in which the share option price is far cheaper than the market price?
Nana-nananana (5 years ago)
thanks a lot, this is very clear!
Jon Imler (6 years ago)
Option Value at date should be given in any problem you will have. I believe they are determined by Option Pricing Models which are probably complicated, thus given to you.
Leah Kasparek (7 years ago)
How is the Option Value at date of grant determined?

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