If you’re leaving your company, you probably have a lot on your mind. But between finishing up projects, exchanging contact info with coworkers, and figuring out health insurance coverage, don’t forget to think about your equity. Here’s what you need to know.
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An employee stock purchase plan (ESPP) is a program public companies can offer that allows you to buy shares of company stock—usually at a discounted rate. Here’s what you need to know before participating:
Accepting your stock grant is one of the most important tasks to take care of when starting at a company. Yet many people make the mistake of forgetting about it, or worse, ignoring it.
Here’s what you need to know and prepare for if you exercised and/or sold stock options this year.
You can’t compare job offers with public equity vs private equity apples to apples. Learn how to think about and compare them.
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.
We explore what it means to exercise stock options, the taxes you may need to pay, and the common times people exercise their options.
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.
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.