Stock OptionsBook - 2001
Stock options are being granted to record numbers of employees, but many people receiving stock options don't really understand what they are. This book gives you the information you need to make informed decisions about stock options, including how to value them and your company, the difference between Incentive Stock Options (ISOs) and Nonqualified Stock Options (NQSOs), the tax consequences of exercising your options, as well as information for those who want to get into options trading on their own-in an easy to understand language and format. This OneHourWiz guide also includes interviews with noted experts in the field, lawyers from some of the top law firms in the world, CFOs from companies such as Hoovers, LifeMinders, Register.com, a sample stock option plan from Intel, and worksheets to help you keep track of your stock options.
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