expiration date

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expiration date

n.
1. The date past which a product, such as food or medicine, must be sold or removed from availability because it is no longer expected to be fresh or effective. Also called sell-by date.
2. The date on which something, such as a warranty or license, is no longer valid or in effect.

sell-by date

Public health
The date labelled on most foods in developed countries, especially dairy products, which is usually about 2 weeks from the day the milk was pasteurised, and about 1 week before it expires. An estimated 8 million tonnes of food are needlessly thrown away a year in the UK because of too-strict an adherence to sell-by dates, prompting government food bodies to switch to the phrase “best before” as a way of encouraging people to eat food that might otherwise be prematurely thrown away.
 
Vox populi-UK
A popular term applied a tedious person, stale witticism, or other thing which has past his, her or its prime, as in ‘that joke is way past its sell-by date”.

ex·pi·ra·tion date

(eks'pir-ā'shŭn dāt)
The date or time at which a product is no longer potent or of therapeutic value, determined by manufacturer.

ex·pi·ra·tion date

(eks'pir-ā'shŭn dāt)
The date or time at which a product is no longer potent or of therapeutic value, determined by manufacturer.
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Therefore, a club option is similar in definition to a European call option in that the team must choose to exercise the option by the end of the last year of the guaranteed contract (exercise date), and if the option is exercised, it specifies the price (salary during the option year) that the team must pay (SP).
(58.) The exercise date would be determined at the time of the agreement to the put contract.
Finally, we also analyze the effect of a new option grant around the exercise date on the propensity of a vesting date exercise.
If company selects to use intrinsic value, total intrinsic value of share options at the end of each period and total intrinsic value of the exercised options at the exercise date are required to disclose in notes (par.16).
Nonqualified stock options (NQSOs)--Although the rules surrounding NQSOs are much less stringent than ISOs, taxation of these options occurs as of the exercise date. The spread between the exercise price and the stock price on the exercise date is taxed as additional compensation, subject to the taxpayer's ordinary income tax rate.
to pay the bargained-for premium on the exercise date either as
Under the Put Option, the put provider, a hedge fund ("Put Option Provider"), would commit to purchase the Policy from the Client (if the Client so requests) on the Exercise Date. The exercise price of the Put Option would be equal to a predetermined formula, the sum of which would cover the repayment of the Loan by the Client, as well as Loan interest.
The argument is apparently that the exercise date is the date establishing the employment and withholding tax liability.
The exercise date is the date of the final settlement of the exchange transaction between the company and the option holder.
Compensation income of $43 per share would be recognized upon exercise and the cost basis will be equal to the FMV as of the exercise date ($50).
Now for the case of a dividend-yielding asset, the option's value is a function of the exercise date, T.