Working for a startup can pay off big financially, but a lot must go right along the way. If you are considering taking a job
Restricted stock units are a type of equity compensation typically awarded to employees. The blog also discusses what happens to RSUs during liquidity events such as IPOs, mergers, or acquisitions, or what happens to RSUs if you’re laid off or leave the company. Key insights for founders and executives on strategic stock option planning and strategies to best manage sudden wealth from RSUs. Insights from Kristin McKenna CFP®, a nationally recognized expert in employee stock options and equity compensation.
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Darrow Wealth Management’s Kristin McKenna explains what can happen to restricted stock units (RSUs) after an acquisition during a podcast interview for MyStockOptions.com.