Posts tagged Tax Planning
Deciding Whether to Exercise ISOs by Considering the Health of Your Startup

The single most important factor in considering if and when to exercise your options is their underlying value when they reach full liquidity – either through being acquired, following an initial public offering (IPO), or when the team closes shop. The fundamental question is, ‘will my startup succeed?’ But how do you measure this trajectory?

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Four Tax and Benefit Planning Thoughts for New Parents

Education costs continue to significantly outpace inflation and the price of college seems to have doubled since I attended just over a decade ago. But college isn’t the only expense our kids will be facing. They’ll get married, they’ll buy homes, and they’ll need a first car. How do we plan for these things now so we can employ tax savings and maximize our money’s buying power?

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