If restricted stock units (RSUs) are part of your compensation package, you may have a tax deferral opportunity. RSUs are contractual rights to receive stock (or its cash value) after the award has vested, but RSUs aren’t taxable until you actually receive the stock. Learn more in this blog post.
By admin|2016-02-23T11:55:57+00:00September 28th, 2015|
One approach to succession planning that has received quite a bit of attention for some time is the employee stock ownership plan (ESOP). But do these arrangements fit the distinctive aspects and challenges of a construction business? This article explains, in general, how ESOPs work and their considerable tax advantages. But there are also disadvantages — and ESOPs can affect bonding capacity in both positive and negative ways. Learn more about whether an ESOP might be right for your business.
By admin|2015-07-21T13:43:05+00:00July 21st, 2015|
Although incentive stock options (ISOs) and non-qualified stock options (NQSOs) share many similarities, the tax treatment of NQSOs differs from that of ISOs. This blog post will explain what you need to know about taxes on NQSOs.