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Articles on Equity Management

How to Grant Options to an Employee: A Step-By-Step Guide

By Kathy Nolan, Client Services Manager and Corporate Attorney

Company Share Repurchase Windows: Don’t Let Your Employees Walk Away With More Shares Than They Have Earned

By Kathy Nolan, Client Services Manager and Corporate Attorney

The Cap Table Tells the True Story of Who Owns the Company

By Kathy Nolan, Client Services Manager and Corporate Attorney

409A Valuation for Your Company

By Shoobx

Responsible Startup Accounting: Employee Equity and ASC 718 Reports

By Brittney Joyce, Content Marketing Lead

701 Exemptions and You

By Jen McPhilimy, Head of Product & User Experience

3 Questions about Equity Alphabet Soup—Answered

By Kathy Nolan, Client Services Manager and Corporate Attorney

The Dirt on Authorized and Issued Shares - An Infographic

By Jason Grover, Graphic Designer

Vesting: The Founders' Friend

By Kathy Nolan, Client Services Manager and Corporate Attorney

Founder Shares: 4 Reasons to Grant Them Right Now

By Kathy Nolan, Client Services Manager and Corporate Attorney

Calculating Ownership: Hooray for New Math!

By Jen McPhilimy, Head of Product & User Experience

Incentive Stock Options: Equitable Employee Equity

By Jen McPhilimy, Head of Product & User Experience

Aligning Motivations: Setting Up a Stock Incentive Plan

By Aubree Lawrence, Digital Content Project Manager

Dilution Decoded - An Infographic

By Jason Grover, Graphic Designer

Authorized Shares: Where Do They All Go?

By Jen McPhilimy, Head of Product & User Experience

Par Value: More Than Zero

By Jen McPhilimy, Head of Product & User Experience

The Buzz about 83(b)

By Anita Ryan, Staff Attorney

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