If employees exercised incentive stock options (ISOs) last tax year, your company needs to file IRS Form 3921. Companies must file one form per employee, and if they miss the deadline or ignore IRS reminders and fail to file, they could end up paying expensive fines.
ASC 718 is the standard way companies expense employee stock-based compensation on an income statement. Equity awards are part of compensation and have a specific set of accounting rules, stated in ASC 718, that companies should follow.
Aaron Jacobs, an ASC 820 expert, hosts a webinar explaining what ASC 820 is and what’s changing with the new guidance. Carta offers both self and full-service ASC 820 services to ensure your fund is ready for audit.
Watch our recent webinar covering common questions like “what is a 409A valuation?” and “how should common stock value compare with preferred stock value?”
ASC 820 offers guidance on how to value illiquid assets and stands for Accounting Standards Codification 820. Watch our recent webinar to learn more.
Much has been said about the gender pay gap, but most publicly available research focuses on only one part of compensation: salary. But in startups, wealth is created through equity ownership on the cap table.
Tracking the marketwide performance of US private companies and startups is difficult. Private companies are not required to disclose performance or valuation information to the public.
Still using Excel to manage your cap table? You’re going to need to update the way you manage your cap table and Carta explains why it’s the top solution for you.
Learn more about Rule 701, recent updates, and how to stay compliant at your company. Everything from the history of Rule 701 to the most recent changes.