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exercise:

see physical fitnessphysical fitness,
combined good health and physical development. The object of any program of physical fitness is to maximize an individual's health, strength, endurance, and skill relative to age, sex, body build, and physiology.
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exercise

1. US and Canadian a ceremony or formal routine, esp at a school or college
2. Gymnastics a particular type of event, such as performing on the horizontal bar
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Net thriving increases further for those who exercise more frequently, but it levels off at five to six days of exercise and then drops substantially -- to 43% -- for those who say they exercised every day.
The tax return preparation files should include information on NQSOs exercised and ISO disqualified dispositions.
As the stock price climbs and the spread widens before the NQOs are exercised, the Sec.
If the employee owns shares of the company outright, he could "swap" enough of those shares to pay for the exercised shares in a nontaxable event.
* The exercised option stock may need to be held for two years after exercise, depending upon the type of SEC registration utilized.
Income realized from the exercise of ISOs is not included in regular taxable income when exercised by the employee.
So, Zigmond proposes that GDNF protected brain cells in the rats that exercised. He described his team's findings at the Society for Neuroscience meeting in October 2005 in Washington, D.C.
If the stock price at the option's expiration date exceeds the exercise price, the option is said to have intrinsic value and the options are assumed to be exercised. Otherwise, the option has no intrinsic value.
Ken Cooper asked a room full of public-healthers who exercised regularly if they did it because of the evidence showing that it was good for their physical health (available even back then).
The options were exercised subsequent to the taxpayer giving up his California residence.
He and his colleagues (at the University of Pittsburgh) recorded the calories burned by 19 healthy men and women in their 20s while they exercised on six different kinds of machines at "fairly light," "somewhat hard," or "hard" intensity.