Money earned from stock options, which a company doled out as a reward and incentive, should have been taxed as earned income under the Local Tax Enabling Act, a unanimous Pennsylvania Supreme Court has ruled in a case of first impression.

The decision reversed both the Commonwealth Court and Allegheny County Court of Common Pleas decisions that the “spread” from Louis Marchlen’s stock options was to be considered investment income for taxing purposes.

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