Women’s History Month: A Celebration of Women’s Financial Milestones

Women’s History Month is celebrated globally in March. It started over 100 years ago as a labor movement when women workers in the needle trades began to demand fair wages and workplace limits and protections. Women did not have the right to vote, so to effect change and call attention to the cause, they organized […]

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Investing in Real Estate? First do your research, then consider your goal.

Note: We are not paid or compensated in any way to promote services or products. Our blogs are intended to be helpful for for readers to make the best decisions for them. Many young families are interested in real estate investment as an additional source of passive income. While this sounds exciting, you should educate yourself […]

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Achieving Financial Independence with Passive Income: A Quick How-to Guide

If you’re reading this, you’ve probably already explored a few passive income strategies to live the life of your dreams…or to just bring in extra cash. Either way, having another source of income can help during the good times and the bad. An added layer of security is generally a good thing! Your financial goals will […]

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What to Watch for If You’ve Got Non-Qualified Stock Options

I’ve spent the start of 2021 taking a close look at how equity compensation works, and how it can work better, for those who have the option. The rules, benefits and tax implications around the many types of equity compensation can be complicated, and it pays to understand how your own personal financial situation and […]

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Incentive Stock Options: How do these fit into my financial plan?

I am taking a closer look at how Incentive Stock Options (ISOs) work as part of my ongoing equity compensation series. The types of equity compensation we typically see are ISOs, Restricted Stock Units (RSUs) and Non-Qualified Stock Options (NQOs). In January, I gave an overview of these three equity compensation methods, and in my […]

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So you were granted Restricted Stock Units, now what?

Equity compensation is becoming more and more prevalent in today’s business marketplace, and in my most recent blog post, I gave an overview of some of its common forms including RSUs, ISOs and NQOs. In today’s post we’ll talk in more detail about Restricted Stock Units. RSUs give employees interest in company stock but have […]

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