You can also check out this cashless exercise overview to learn more about the advantages and disadvantages, and if doing so is right for you.
This may be the question we get asked the most. Check out this article to learn a bit more about what happens to your equity and the options available to you.
A new funding round is great news but it often can significantly impact the cost to exercise your options. We break it down for you in this video.
If you’re asking this question, hopefully that’s because your company is going public. But many employees we’ve worked with still have questions, especially around the cost to exercise pre- and post-IPO, including tax implications. Here’s some more on what to know before an IPO.
Exercising your options is likely more than you expected. We show you how to use Secfi's Stock Option Tax Calculator to see how much it will cost to exercise your stock options, including any taxes.
We show you how to use our Stock Option Exit Calculator to make an informed decision on when to exercise your stock options, including side-by-side comparisons of what it will cost before or after an IPO.
Thinking about financing the exercise cost of your stock options? Non-recourse financing may be a great option for you. We break down how it's different from a loan, how it works and why you won't owe anything if your company never exits. Seriously. You can learn more about non-recourse financing here.