Tuesday – July 24th
Equity Compensation Do’s and Don’ts Workshop
Hosted at Bader Martin
1000 Second Avenue, 34th Floor, Seattle, WA 98104
9:00a – 11:30a
Do you want to learn the do’s and don’ts around creating and managing equity compensation? Join us for an exclusive intimate workshop to help you get answers to your pressing legal and tax questions around giving and receiving equity compensation.
Who Should attend:
- HR Directors
- Employers who issue, or want to issue, equity compensation to employees
- Employees who have, or want, to receive equity compensation
You’ll Discover inside information on:
- What mistakes do you not know about that you need to avoid?
- What are stock options, RSUs, restricted stock, SARs and performance awards?
- What happens to my equity awards if I leave my job?
- What are my stock options worth?
- What happens to my equity awards upon an IPO or a sale of the company?
- When are stock options taxable and at what rate?
- When are stock options deductible to the company?
- How does alternative minimum tax apply to exercise and hold transactions, later sales?
- What are the tax considerations with qualified small business stock?
- When do I need to consider an §83(b) election?
- How do the various types of stock based compensation interact?
- Why use equity as compensation?
- When should you not use equity as compensation?
- What are the various forms of equity compensation?
- How Does it all Work?
If you’ve been granted stock or stock options, congratulations. They could just make you rich. Or make your employees rich.
For a company founder, it is easy to understand the benefits of providing stock or stock options to employees. It’s a way of compensating employees that doesn’t drain cash from the business. And employees feel invested in the future success of the company.
For an employee, owning stock or options to buy stock can be a huge financial windfall. Think Microsoft or Expedia, Tableau, Zulily, Starbucks, Amazon. Google is known for having turned its janitors into very wealthy people.
But what goes up can come down. Way down. Even for highly successful companies, stock prices can fluctuate greatly. So how does timing affect options and their exercise? Is there value in options if the company isn’t or doesn’t go public. And what about taxes?
Confused? Join us to learn the basics of owning or granting stock and stock options and get your questions answered.
At this panel discussion led by partners of Summit Law Group and Bader Martin, you’ll get insights and wisdom about maximizing oppourtnities and minimizing mistakes in creating equity compensation.
Come prepared with your questions for this exclusive opportunity!
We’ll be in an intimate panel format for a collaborative discussion and to give you personalized help and advice. Summit Law and Bader Martin will be providing teams of legal and tax professional experts, handouts and coffee and pastries for you.
PS – This workshop is limited to only 35 people so grab your ticket NOW!
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