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A restricted stock unit (RSU) is a share of stock from your employer that only vests if certain restrictions are met. Learn more about RSUs and what they mean.
Non-qualified stock options (NSOs) are a type of stock option that does not qualify for favorable tax treatment for the employee. Learn more about when you can exercise (buy) your shares, when you can sell them, and how they’re taxed.
Exercising stock options is when you buy shares of stock at a set price. Learn when and how to exercise stock options and questions to ask before.
If your company isn’t public, selling your stock can be complicated. Learn how to sell private stocks through tender offers and secondary transactions.
When you quit or leave your job, the type of stock, the timing of your departure, and your individual vesting schedule all determine what happens to any vested stock.
What determines a stock option strike price? Learn more about strike prices, how stock options gain value over time, and dilution.
Learn what happens to your equity after your company is acquired in a merger & acquisition (M&A).
To encourage employees to stay with a company longer, employees have to earn the right to purchase their shares over time. This is called vesting.