1. RSUs vs. Options: Why RSUs (Restricted Stock ... - …


    Tax Advantages of Options. Most private companies granting options to employees use ISOs (Incentive Stock Options). ISOs have some great tax benefits!

  2. Incentive Stock Option (ISO) Frequently Asked Questions


    Michael Gray, CPA answers reader questions about the taxation of incentive stock options.

  3. Shares vs Stock Options | Mike Volker – Vancouver's …


    This article discusses the pros and cons of stock options vs shares for employees of Canadian – private and public – companies. The taxation issues are poorly ...

  4. What is Restricted Stock? - Knowledge Center


    Restricted stock is an award of company stock, subject to conditions (such as continued service to the company or attainment of performance goals) that must be met ...

  5. What are Non-qualified Stock Options? - Knowledge Center


    Non Qualified Stock Options Questions. WHAT DOES NON-QUALIFIED STOCK OPTION MEAN? A non-qualified stock option does not …

  6. Is it worth taking a salary cut to get stock options at a ...


    10/23/2016 · ASK A FINANCIAL PLANNER: Is it worth taking a salary cut to get stock options at a hot startup?

  7. Non-Qualified Stock Options (NQSO) Frequently Asked Questions


    Answers to questions on NQSOs (non-qualified stock options) by Michael Gray, CPA from site visitors.

  8. Stock Compensation Plans Compared and Contrasted


    Stock Compensation Plans Compared and Contrasted 9/24/2009. The current economy has offered an opportunity to review the advantages and disadvantages, as …

  9. Hot Topic: More Effective Long-Term Incentive Plans

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    9 Market Practice Regarding Long-Term Incentives Eligibility Long-term incentive eligibility has been declining and is expected to continue to decline as companies

  10. Employee Stock Option Valuation Software - Excel add …


    Employee Stock Option Valuation Software Excel Add-in Including Restricted Stock Units (RSUs), & Market-Leveraged Stock Units (MSUs)