Restricted Stock: Basics

Restricted Stock, Restricted Stock Units, Restricted Securities: How To Tell Them Apart And Avoid Confusion This is premium content

The myStockOptions Editorial Team
Restricted stock, restricted stock units (RSUs), and restricted securities are often confused by employees, companies, and financial advisors alike. That can be problematic. Those three things are not the same—and understanding which you have matters, as a lawsuit by current and former Uber employees demonstrates. This article explains the differences.
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