What company information do investor(s) receive?

Our investors are only given publicly available information to make their investment decision. This includes notable investors, recent funding rounds, total funding, and any notable media or press releases. In order to access deal terms (such as deal size, valuation, share price, and share type), an investor must first be an accredited investor as well [...]

By |2021-01-10T23:36:29+00:00January 10th, 2021||0 Comments

Why should I offer my employees liquidity?

Employees’ net worth is increasingly concentrated in company stock, yet their liquidity needs aren’t on the same timeline as that of the company. Employees will have to pay down educational debt, purchase homes, and prepare for life events like the birth of a child. Left unaddressed, employee liquidity issues can adversely impact your company in [...]

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What is an 83(b) election?

Similar to taxation on any other income, the IRS requires individuals to pay taxes on equity compensation. An 83(b) election is an option implemented by the IRS that allows stock holders to decide (at the start of a vesting period) to pay income taxes on the present value of the equity for the entire amount [...]

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