2019 was supposed to be a big year for IPOs. For every successful IPOs like Zoom, there were disappointments like Lyft and Uber. If you’re working for a company that has recently gone public, or is expected to IPO soon, you can gain perspective from 2019's IPOs.
Experiencing an IPO is exciting, and perhaps nerve-wracking. The payoff from your restricted stock units and/or stock options could be lucrative. But equity compensation is complicated, and your HR department will not advise you on what to do.
I wrote this guide in plain English to help prepare for your company's IPO. You'll learn:
Most importantly, you'll have a clear plan, which will help you navigate the emotional roller coaster of the IPO process. Get your guide by filling out the form below!
- What to prepare before the IPO
- How the tax part works
- Important considerations after the IPO
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