Let’s discuss what is a Restricted Stock Unit (RSU)? How is it different from ESOPs? Are RSUs better than ESOPs? How does RSUs work? Taxation on RSUs in India?
Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP) is a great way to build wealth over time. And it’s important to know when it is the right time to exercise your ESOPs.
ESOPs guarantee your job security.
Does investing in ESOP fits with your financial goals? What are the key factors to consider before deciding to invest in ESOP? Here’s a simple guide for you.
ESOPs have no disadvantage for Employees.
If you are offered ESOPs, it is important to understand the benefits and disadvantages of ESOPs in India from an employee perspective to take a better decision.
Receiving ESOPs means immediate ownership of shares.
ESOP is an unique way to own a slice of the company you work for & build wealth. But there are some tax obligations. Which can be complicated. Let’s discuss.
Employee Stock Ownership Plans (ESOPs) are a unique way for employees to own a slice of the company they work for, and a powerful tool to build wealth.