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Managing Concentrated Equity in Company Stock and Stock Options

Concentrated equity, also known as owning a large position in one company stock, can exist in many forms. One form of concentrated equity may be the result of working for an employer who has issued stock ownership via restricted stock and stock options. These types of stock ownership and stock rights allow an employee to […]

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6 Strategies to Exercise Your Employee Stock Options

The choice to exercise your employee stock options can be a difficult one, regardless of whether you have incentive stock options or non-qualified stock options. Difficult because of the potential complexities of exercise and technical jargon required in the process. Other issues may be particularly paralyzing due to behavioral influences. For example, personal beliefs that the […]

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Dan Zajac, philadelphia financial advisor

4 Questions to Ask When Your Employer Stock Options Vest

Employer stock options are often issued as part of an employee compensation package to reward and retain key employees. If the company does well, the employee also does well through an appreciating stock price. However, employer stock options may also apply the proverbial golden handcuffs to an employee.  Leave the company before the options vest […]

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