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As a high-level executive, your company recognizes your valuable contribution to progress and growth. In response, your compensation package looks a little different - and often more complicated - than lower-level employees. Equity compensation, such as stock options, is a common offering for executives, directors and managers. But the type of equity compensation offered may differ. If your company is offering you a phantom stock plan, or shadow stock, here’s what you need to know.
Working with a trusted financial professional is important when it comes to strategizing and preparing to meet your financial goals. But as most of us handle money on a daily basis, it’s important to have an in-depth understanding of the fundamentals of financial literacy. Below we’ve identified five financial basics everyone should know. Understanding these important concepts can serve as a basis for your financial standings.
... perhaps you should take the advice of some of the world’s savviest investors and turn away from the stock ticker for the rest of the day. You may be envisioning dollar signs flying out of your wallet and you want to get on the phone and sell. You may even see an opportunity to buy. However, most market gurus will say that if you have a wise strategy in place, it's typically best to stay the course.
The current volatility of the stock market seems daunting and can cause some tension. While the shake-ups in the market is certainly cause for pause, it is important to keep perspective. Investment decisions should be based on sound principles, and good information rather than out of worry. We keep an eye on the long term, and encourage you to do the same!
This infographic provides an overview of notable changes to the SECURE act. It is not intended to encompass all 2020 changes to, or the entirety of the SECURE act. Consult your Advisor for additional information and resources.