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One of the rewards distinguished by corporate employment is equity compensation. Corporate employees accumulate company stock through a variety of compensation vehicles. Over time, as company tenure and career success build, wealth in the company’s stock often becomes a significant share of one’s assets. While such compensation is a passive wealth builder, concentrated ownership can present both opportunities and challenges.
If you are like many executives we know, you never quite have the time to manage your various stock grants, no matter how hard you try. Unlocking the complex potential in your stock-based compensation can be made immediately easier when you consider these seven facts about stock options.
Many of today’s compensation discussions are focusing on how to link long-term incentive awards with performance. This is particularly important since shareholders are interested in how companies are positioning themselves for recovery as the economy stabilizes. What does this long-term trend of pay for performance mean to highly compensated executives and increasing numbers of mid-level managers? Find out with this informative publication.
As urgent as NQDC decision making is at year-end, any decisions have to be of the crystal ball variety. Here’s why: According to the strict IRS 409A Rule that governs NQDC, you must make decisions about your 2011 NQDC distribution at least 12 months before the scheduled distribution date. Put facts like this to work for your personal plan when as you familiarize yourself with this helpful piece.
The new tax-relief bill extends the current tax rates through 2012. What does this mean to you? How well do you know the basics? Take this two-minute self-test and see.