Tag Archives: Stock Options
I had a client press me recently about converting from an LLC (taxed as a partnership) to a corporation. The client had been considering raising money from angels and wanted to grant traditional corporate-style stock option to employees. I suggested … Continue reading →
If you have never filed a Section 83(b) election before, you might not know where to file it. Increasingly, founders come to me who have been filing their Forms 1040 electronically. Many of these founders have never filed paper returns, … Continue reading →
Exercising a stock option is not always as straight forward as you might expect. The reason? Taxes. How to Calculate the Tax on the Exercise of an NQO “Spread” means the positive difference between the fair market value of the … Continue reading →
Stock options are key to startups. Despite some larger companies adopting restricted stock award plans, options are still the way to go for startups. They are a vital recruitment, incentive and retention tool.
Have you ever wished you’d coined a phrase? I wish I’d coined the phrase “curiouser and curiouser” from Alice in Wonderland. As time goes by, our laws and regulations and accounting pronouncements become, by virtue of amendments, inflation (without corresponding … Continue reading →