Last February I blogged about new Section 83(i) of the Internal Revenue Code that was added by the 2017 tax reform legislation and provides for up to a five-year deferral of the income tax consequences to an employee when exercising a Non-Statutory Stock Option or settling a Restricted Stock Unit in stock. See New Section 83(i) Provides a New Tool for Allowing Employees to Participate in the Sale of their Private Corporation-Employer. That article was a brief overview of the new law. For a more detailed discussion click on my article published in the Summer issue of the Journal of Pension Benefits, titled Ay, Ay, Ay, How Do You Comply with Section 83(i) – To Obtain Tax Deferrals on Qualified Equity Grants. As discussed in the article there are many hoops to jump through to enjoy the benefits of Section 83(i), but under the right circumstances they may be worth it.