We explore what it means to exercise stock options, the taxes you may need to pay, and the common times people exercise their options.
What determines a stock option strike price? Learn more about strike prices, how stock options gain value over time, and dilution.
Received stock options from your company and don’t understand what that means? Here’s how to make sense of your offer letter and option grant.
A capitalization table (or “cap table”) is a list of all the securities your company has issued and who owns them. Learn why you need a cap table, what one looks like, how to make one, and more.
Learn how to evaluate the equity portion of your job offer and download our free equity calculator to see what your options could be worth.
We spoke to Jeff Lipp, cofounder and COO of Artkive, to learn how he spends less time on unnecessary busywork and more time growing the business.
A tear sheet helps LPs understand how their investment is performing. Download our tear sheet example to get started today.
Stock options aren’t actual shares—they’re the opportunity to exercise (purchase) a certain amount of company shares at an agreed-upon price. Learn more.