We explore what it means to exercise stock options, the taxes you may need to pay, and the common times people exercise their options.
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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.
Stock dilution, also called equity dilution or share dilution, happens when a company issues additional shares, which reduces the ownership percentage of existing shareholders in
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We dug into where the 90-day PTE window came from and how companies are rethinking their policy.
IRR, or internal rate of return, helps investors estimate their profitability. Learn more and download our free IRR calculator.
Learn everything you need to know about section 409A of the internal revenue code. From what is a 409A valuation to 409A methodologies and process.
Common stock and preferred stock both offer different benefits to shareholders. In general, common stock is reserved for employees, while preferred stock is given to investors.