What's the difference between ISOs and NSOs? Although there are some key differences to be aware of, non-qualified and incentive stock options also have a lot in common. For employees, stock options […]
Updated for 2019. Self-employed business owners have a few options when it comes to saving for retirement. The most common retirement plans for small business owners are the SEP IRA and Solo 401(k), […]
Contributing the maximum amount to your 401(k), 403(b), or other employer-sponsored retirement plan should be a goal for many investors. Once you achieve it, the question then becomes: where to […]
The conventional (or active) approach to investing is based on the belief that skilled stock-pickers and forecasters can beat the market and pick "winners" with such frequency that the returns […]
If you have incentive stock options (ISOs) it is important to understand how your equity compensation will be taxed. Holding ISOs through the end of the calendar year in which you exercised the […]
If you have nonqualified stock options (NQSOs or NSOs) it is important to understand how your stock options will be taxed and what responsibilities you have to report the income. Managing equity […]
Infographic: How is a brokerage account taxed?
Brokerage accounts (also called non-qualified accounts) are taxed differently than qualified retirement plans like a 401(k) or a 403(b). If you aren't […]
Through the power of compounding, starting to save for retirement can pay off big later in life. For many new investors, using a 401(k) retirement plan at work is often the best way to start.