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Stock Options For Dummies

ISBN: 978-1-118-05377-5
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336 pages
March 2010
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Introduction.

PART I: The Fundmentals of Stock Options.

Chapter 1: Stock Options: What You Need to Know Right Off the Bat.

Chapter 2: Taking Your Chances: Getting Rich or Going Broke.

Chapter 3: Knowing What Kind of Stock Option Situation Is Best for You.

Chapter 4: The Big Guys and The Big Picture.

PART II: Details, Details: What You Must Know about Your Stock Options.

Chapter 5: Deciphering the Legal Language of Stock Option Agreements.

Chapter 6: Exercising Your Stock Options.

Chapter 7: Differentiating Pre-IPO and Post-IPO Stock Options.

Chapter 8: No Trading Allowed! Lockups and Blackout Periods.

Chapter 9: Finding Stock Option Information Online.

PART III: Money!

Chapter 10: Determining What Your Stock Options Are Really Worth.

Chapter 11: Stock Options and Your Overall Portfolio.

PART IV: Pay Up! Taxes and Stock Options.

Chapter 12: Understanding the Basics of Taxes and Stock Options.

Chapter 13: Nonqualified Stock Options and Taxes.

Chapter 14: Incentive Stock Options and Taxes.

PART V: Changes and Special Circumstances.

Chapter 15: The Alternative Minimum Tax and Stock Options.

Chapter 16: Acquiring or Being Acquired: Dealing with Corporate Change.

Chapter 17: Trying to Predict What Will Happen to Your Stock Options.

Chapter 18: Leaving Your Job: What Happens to Your Stock Options?

PART VI: The Part of Tens.

Chapter 19: Special Stock Option Circumstances.

Chapter 20: Ten Signs That Your Stock Options Will Be Worth a Lot!

Chapter 21: Ten Signs That Your Stock Options Will Probably Be Worthless!

Chapter 22: Ten Things to Look for in Your Stock Option Agreement.

Index.

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