Earlier, we talked about stock options. Now, we’re going to delve deeper into Nonstatutory (Nonqualified) and Statutory Stock Options. The differences between the two are fairly clear, and generally the statutory stock options are preferred for beneficial tax treatment, if the options qualify.   Statutory Stock Options Unless they qualify as statutory stock options, also…

If you have a company that needs investment, you have a lot of options for the type of investment to create. Depending on the situation, you may also want to consider loans or other ways to finance your company beyond investments. This article will discuss the different types and define what they mean. Later articles…

What is a stock option? A stock option is a contract that gives a person the ability to purchase stock at a later date for a specified price. Typically these are used in investment or incentive scenarios as a way to allow the optionee to take advantage of any upside the company faces without having…

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