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Non-US nationals working in US face unique tax trigger on equity rewards
04 Apr

Non-US nationals working in US face unique tax trigger on equity rewards

The bioscience research company Phoebe joined 15 years ago in her native Belgium was a path to financial success she hadn’t anticipated. Phoebe has been brought to the pharma company’s US headquarters as Division President and a company insider. She’s excited to start the long-term assignment until hearing that the Belgian Equity grants she holds free and clear could become subject to US taxes once her green card arrives.

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Could What She Didn’t Know Cost Her?
16 Aug

Could What She Didn’t Know Cost Her?

When she exercised her ISOs last year and decided to hold the stock for future growth, Irina was in for a rude awakening: she was hit with the AMT or Alternative Minimum Tax. Now she wonders what else she needs to know to prevent unintended consequences of sale.

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First Home, 401(k) or ESPP? Which Takes Priority for Savings?
01 Feb

First Home, 401(k) or ESPP? Which Takes Priority for Savings?

Buying his first home is Caleb’s first savings priority…along with paying down college loans, and starting a retirement 401(k) nest egg. Now that he’s eligible for his company’s Employee Stock Purchase Plan (ESPP), Caleb is more confused than ever as to how to allocate his monthly savings.

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Phantom Stock reveals untold value
15 Sep

Phantom Stock reveals untold value

Jason has prospered over 20 years as research director for a privately owned medical device company. He was granted 10,000 shares of phantom stock, now worth $150 per share. The value of this phantom stock, at $1.5 million, is now his largest asset. The founder is retiring and Jason has been tapped as chief operating officer. The company is being sold to a private owner, which will trigger a liquidity event.

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Performance Options and Financial Parity
22 Jul

Performance Options and Financial Parity

Grit and determination and a long career in consumer solutions have led Gwen to her current role as president of a high-end fashion retail company.* Two retail companies are now courting Gwen for the CEO position she's been tracking toward for years. While the offers present similar salaries, one offers significant wealth potential through performance-based stock awards.

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