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The SEC would go on to investigate and sue companies and related parties that were found to backdate options, in some cases, as part of fraudulent and deceptive schemes.For example, the SEC filed a civil lawsuit in 2010 against Trident Microsystems and two former senior executives from the company for stock option backdating violations.However, he only realizes this in January and so wishes to backdate the document to December.The event did not happen during the time period required for the benefit so an attempt is being made to pretend that it did.These include if you are late claiming because of illness or disability, not being told your jobseeker’s allowance or employment and support allowance had ended, or reclaiming after separating.

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Your date of claim is usually when your online or phone claim is received by the DWP, or if you have received assistance from the DWP or other services acting on behalf of the DWP, on the date you first told them you needed help.

Backdating your claim date for up to a month is possible, although there are limited circumstances for when this will be successful (and for joint claimants both of you must meet the rules).

This adjustment to the filing window came with the Sarbanes-Oxley legislation.

After the two-day reporting rule went into effect, the SEC found numerous companies were still backdating options in violation of the legislation.

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