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Excerpt: In their article 'Employee Stock Option Valuation: New Source of Litigation Risk for Auditors' (Perspectives, August 2004), authors Cindy W. Ma, Algis T. Remeza, and Daniel LaGattuta posit a myth about employee stock option (ESO) valuation: that there is a disconnect between the value of option-based compensation to employees and the cost of the same compensation to the company. This is not the first time I have heard this distinction being raised, and its perpetuation is troubling.
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