Equity Compansation Resources
Corporate executives and key employees have one major financial issue that many other types of working professionals don’t have: equity compensation.
- Incentive Stock Options (ISOs)
- Non-Qualified Stock Options (NQSOs)
- Restricted Stock Units (RSUs)
- Employee Stock Purchase Plans (ESPPs) and more
These grants and investment opportunities often represent a significant portion of total compensation and may be misunderstood.
- What type(s) of equity compensation grants do you currently hold?
- What role does your equity compensation play in the achievement of your financial goals?
- What is your framework for making timely and profitable decisions?
- What resources do you utilize to help you with your equity compensation?
Affinity Financial helps our clients with equity compensation to maximize the value of their company grants and reduce risk by making timely diversification decisions. We do this by providing a detailed analysis of your company stock and option holdings. This report is updated quarterly and looks at: value, vesting and expiration, taxation, risk v. reward, leverage, concentration, and the role equity compensation plays in attaining your goals.
Using this analysis and your feedback, we establish decision criteria that are monitored daily to enable us to alert you when to take action. This iterative and ongoing process facilitates profitable decisions designed to help you achieve your desired financial outcomes.
If you’d like to discuss how we can help you manage your equity compensation decisions, schedule an introductory call:
Preview This Sample Equity Compensation Plan By Affinity Financial
We help with:
- Cash flow management
- Exercising strategies
- Understanding grants and vesting schedules
- Calculating and preparing for any AMT (Alternative Minimum Tax) considerations
- Tax planning and preparation
- Finding missed tax credits on old tax returns
- Planning for a multi-year exercise and sale strategy
- Navigating a liquidity event
- Diversifying out of a concentrated position