Morgan Stanley at Work explores how equity compensation and diversification can play an important role in your overall financial plan.
Any athlete knows that getting in shape takes discipline and diligence. But many athletes have trainers, or even teams of coaches, while the rest of us are left to fend for ourselves.
The question of how to build a sustainable, equitable future is reverberating through the corporate world, and it’s a challenge that deserves thought from both a professional and personal perspective.
As we look ahead to a new year and hope for a wider economic recovery, what have we learned from 2020, and how can we apply those insights as we move forward?
The use of equity compensation may be a means to support many year-end goals, including tax-loss harvesting and charitable giving, but how can you tackle this important part of your financial strategy with efficiency, ease, and control?
Company leaders who receive a large portion of their compensation in equity know that, over time, these awards can become an invaluable resource—opening the door to a wide range of personal wealth-management and financial-planning choices.
You may not realize you have access to equity compensation solutions beyond simply selling shares or moving proceeds—not to mention a full suite of high-level services and support available through their stock plan program. That is where connecting with experienced financial professionals can help.
While we may now have more information about the coronavirus pandemic and its effects on our health and the economy, uncertainty remains a dominant theme. Fluctuating infection rates and reopening rollbacks have obliterated initial predictions of a V-shaped recovery.
Credit cards, mortgages, and selling stock might not seem like they have much in common, but they’re all tools that can be used to generate liquidity. And there are even more options, which is why it’s important to make informed decisions when taking on debt or making major financial moves.
A 10b5-1 plan may often be mandatory for executives and company insiders who may possess material non-public information (MNPI), but many employees may not realize this can be a useful personal finance management tool for anyone who holds company stock, regardless of whether their employer requires it.
Funding a goal like a child’s education, a comfortable retirement, or owning a home requires a great deal of thought and planning—and it’s important to weigh potential pitfalls as well as opportunities that may arise down the road.
A holistic approach to financial wellness is important. Although it is often overlooked, equity compensation can play a key role.
Today, executives and senior business leaders face increasingly complex issues at work, and many companies choose to recognize their efforts through equity compensation. But with so much on their plates, there is often little time to consider how equity awards fit into their overall financial plan.