Whether it’s stock options, restricted stock, an employee stock purchase plan, or some other form of equity compensation, most companies offer this vital benefit to employees. But once you have it, what should you do with it?
Decisions about what you do with your financial assets are just as important as the decisions you make while you’re accumulating them. Most of us want to help others, but is there a smarter way to give to charity?
If you’ve set some goals, but haven’t taken steps to achieve them, or if you haven’t looked at all the details of your accounts in years, we have some tips and strategies to help you get started on your financial to-do list.
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