This article provides an overview of the contributors and components of an educational
program for a Section 423 qualified ESPP offered to U.S. employees. To develop your own
educational program, it is necessary to understand who contributes to these programs and
the extent of information that can be communicated to employees.
Cover letter for a report ESPP transactions distributed to participantes for tax purposes
Many of us in stock compensation do our best (either formally or informally) to avoid deep dive conversations with stock plan participants around “year end” logistics. Not surprisingly, this can result in a communication gap between the participant and the issuer – creating a void. Looking for ways to bridge that gap without putting on an adviser hat? I have some ideas.
A few weeks ago, in the NASPP Blog entry "CEO Pay Ratio: Planning for Employee Communications," I wrote about planning to communicate with employees on the topic of the upcoming CEO pay ratio disclosure. Since my initial post on this subject, I've come across some helpful content that is further food for thought when contemplating a communication strategy.
There’s been much buzz around the first round of CEO Pay Ratio disclosures, to occur beginning in the upcoming proxy season. While many companies are busily preparing for the disclosure itself, attention must also be given to other important tasks that stem from the disclosure – like preparing to communicate with the media, shareholders and internal employees.
Sample FAQ explaining to retirement-eligible employees how FICA taxes will be collected on RSUs that provide for accelerated or continued vesting upon retirement.
Sample presentation for new hires on ESPP, stock options, and insider trading compliance program.
Fuel employee financial health with equity by cultivating an investor mindset among employees.
How equity awards can be part of a financial wellness program for employees
Are the objectives of your company's equity plan being met?
IRS Form 3921, used to report ISO exercises.
IRS Form 3922, used to report first legal transfer of shares acquired under a Section 423 employee stock purchase plan (ESPP).
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