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Restricted Stock Units (RSU) and TurboTax: Net Issuance. by Harry Sit on February 12, 2015 93 Comments. [Completely rewritten on February 22, 2015 using new screenshots from TurboTax Online for 2014 tax year. One of the most popular posts on my blog is one I wrote four years ago about reporting tax on RSU. Although I try to do the best I can in deconstructing it. I still get many questions about it every year at tax time.
It’s a difficult topic because there can be many variations. Employers issuing the RSUs don’t help because they are afraid of liabilities. They just say “consult your tax advisor” as if everyone has one. Tax software doesn’t make it easy either. Although there are many variations, the software tends to go by just one.
If your situation fits it, you may be able to muddle through. If it doesn’t, the software confuses you more than it helps you because your situation doesn’t match what it thinks you have. For the longest time I only addressed the issue generically. I refused to work as free tech support for the software companies. If you paid for the software, they should help you with how to use it.
Now I give up. I realize people are looking for step-by-step help and the software companies aren’t providing it. The following is a sequence of screenshots taken from TurboTax Online. If you use the installed software, your screens may be different but similar. I show TurboTax only because it has the largest market share.
In this post I will use the most straight-forward case: Net Issuance. It’s probably the most common. I may do other variations in future posts. In Net Issuance, the employer withholds a number of shares for taxes before giving the employee the remainder. For example suppose you have 100 shares vested but you only receive 60. You just don’t see the other 40 shares.
The employer doesn’t use a broker to sell the 40 shares for taxes. It just keeps the 40 shares and puts some numbers on your W-2. When to Report. Before you begin, be sure to understand when you need to report when you have RSU under Net Issuance. You report when you sell.
If you only have some RSUs vested but you didn’t sell, there’s nothing to report yet. Wait until you sell, but write down the per-share price when your shares vested. If you have multiple lots, write down for each lot the date, the closing price on the vested date, and the number of shares released to you. This information is very important when you sell. Let’s use this example:. You had 100 shares vested on 8/1/2013.
40 shares were withheld for taxes. The closing price on the vesting date was $50/share.