If youre like the majority of the estimated 12 million employees in the U.S. who have stock options as a key component to their compensation packages, you have a vague notion, at best, of how options work and what they can mean to your financial well being. Whats the vesting schedule for your shares and how will their strike price be set? What type of stock option grant will you receive, an ISO (incentive stock option) or an NQSO (non-qualified stock option)? What tax rules apply to your option program? Your financial future could depend on your knowing the answers to these and other questions regarding your companys stock option plan.Confused by all the brouhaha surrounding stock options? Let expert Alan Simon demystify this often-confusing investment vehicle for you. Featuring clear explanations of how your stock options might make you moneyor notthis friendly guide fills you in on what you need to know to:Understand different types of stock optionsRead and find traps in your stock option agreementEvaluate the pros and cons of company investment vehiclesAssess vesting schedules and tax lawsTap Web resourcesSimon demystifies the jargon, rules, and tax consequences of stock options. He provides a realistic picture of what to expect from your options, and he helps you see past the hype to understand what your employer is really offering. Important topics covered include:What you need to know before accepting a compensation package that includes optionsDeveloping a stock option philosophy and clear-cut goalsKnowing whether youre being treated fairly by your companyMaking sense of the language of stock options agreementsGetting a handle on key restrictions on how you exercise your optionsStock option valuationTax rules and how they apply to different types of optionsHow stock options can be affected by changes at your companyStock Options For Dummies is the only guide youll need to get the most out of this important investment vehicle.

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