If you’re moving from a giant, public tech company to a pre-IPO company, especially a small pre-IPO company, you’re in for some meaningful changes.Continue reading
The Three Stages of an IPO. Which Are You In? What Should You Be Doing Now?
If you work—or worked—at a private company, maybe you think IPO planning is just what you do in the few months before and after the IPO.Continue reading
You have 90 (30?) days, to exercise your ISOs or let them convert to NQSOs. What to do?
The last thing you need after you’ve lost your job is to be forced to make a decision—that could be worth a lot of money—in just a few weeks.Continue reading
Should You Exercise Your Options (in a private company)…to Give Your Career More Flexibility?
Should I exercise my options? When should I exercise my options?
If you work in a private company, I’m betting these questions go through your head with annoying frequency. And they’re hard questions to answer! Will the company succeed? Will the stock be worth anything? A lot? It’s all crystal-ball territory and therefore there are very few obvious or knowable answers.
Strategies for Maximizing College Financial Aid. Part 2.
Hopefully last week’s blog post helped you understand generally how financial aid works and when you should start doing what. This week, let’s dig into specific strategies and tactics you can use to maximize your child’s financial aid.Continue reading