Financial Planning Considerations for Stock-Based Compensation in the Private Sector

Shanney-Saborsky, Regina
April 2001
Journal of Financial Planning;Apr2001, Vol. 14 Issue 4, p40
Academic Journal
Focuses on the financial planning considerations for stock-based compensation in the private sector in the United States. Requirements for stock-based compensation; Stability and economic security sought by rank-and-file employees in connection with financial planning; Considerations regarding equity-based alternatives.


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