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Employee Stock Purchase Plans (ESPPS)

Employee Stock Purchase Plans (ESPPS)

Benefit from your own employer’s growth and profitability over time.

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Incentive Stock Options (ISOs)

Incentive Stock Options (ISOs)

ISOs are typically offered to high-valued employees and upper management to retain their employment for the long-term.

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Non-Qualified Stock Options (NSOs)

Non-Qualified Stock Options (NSOs)

NSOs are employee stock options that are taxed as regular income, which is significantly higher than the capital gains rate used when taxing ISOs.

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Restricted Stock Units (RSUs)

Restricted Stock Units (RSUs)

NSOs are employee stock options that are taxed as regular income, which is significantly higher than the capital gains rate used when taxing ISOs.

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10b5-1 Plans

10b5-1 Plans

A Rule 10b5-1 plan is a prearranged trading plan under SEC Rule 10b5-1 that provides a defense against charges of insider trading if you later trade stock while you know confidential, important information about your company.

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STOCK OPTIONS AND DIVORCE IN COMMUNITY PROPERTY STATES: WHO GETS WHAT?

STOCK OPTIONS AND DIVORCE IN COMMUNITY PROPERTY STATES: WHO GETS WHAT?

Many employees receive stock options from their employers as an incentive to encourage loyalty, reward past and future performance, or maximize the company's tax advantage. However, many issues can arise during asset division for employees going through a divorce.

<span>How Psychology Could Make You Exercise Stock Options at the Wrong Time</span>

How Psychology Could Make You Exercise Stock Options at the Wrong Time

While relying on your gut feeling can provide temporary rewards, it could come at a great expense. Behind this erratic investment behavior are mental factors coupled with economic rationales, influencing the options exercise process.

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