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.
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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.
There’s no standard cap table format, and there are multiple ways to create one. We’ll walk you through a few ways to get started and include a free cap table template you can download.
Exercising stock options means purchasing shares of the issuer’s common stock at the set price defined in your option grant.
The alternative minimum tax (AMT) is a different way of calculating your tax obligation. Learn if you’re more prone to paying it, how to calculate it, how you may be able to minimize it, and more.