This excerpt taken from the FL 8-K filed Jun 5, 2007.
Withholding Taxes. Where a Participant or other person is entitled to receive shares of Stock pursuant to the exercise of an Option or is otherwise entitled to receive shares of Stock or cash pursuant to an Award hereunder, the Company shall have the right to require the Participant or such other person to pay to the Company the amount of any taxes which the Company may be required to withhold before delivery to such Participant or other person of cash or a certificate or certificates representing such shares, or otherwise upon the grant, vesting, exercise or disposition of shares pursuant to an Option or Award.
Unless otherwise prohibited by the Committee or by applicable law, a Participant may satisfy any such withholding tax obligation by any of the following methods, or by a combination of such methods: (a) tendering a cash payment; (b) authorizing the Company to withhold from the shares of Stock or cash otherwise payable to such Participant (1) one or more of such shares having an aggregate Fair Market Value, determined as of the date the withholding tax obligation arises, less than or equal to the amount of the total withholding tax obligation or (2) cash in an amount less than or equal to the amount of the total withholding tax obligation; or (c) delivering to the Company previously acquired shares of Stock (none of which shares may be subject to any claim, lien, security interest, community property right or other right of spouses or present or former family members, pledge, option, voting agreement or other restriction or encumbrance of any nature whatsoever) having an aggregate Fair Market Value, determined as of the date the withholding tax obligation arises, less than or equal to the amount of the total withholding tax obligation. A Participants election to pay his or her withholding tax obligation (in whole or in part) by the method described in (b)(1) above is irrevocable once it is made.