Life Events: Death

Stock Options After Death: Learn Before It's Too Late (Part 2) This is premium content

Pamela Dennett
You want to prevent losing vested options at death. Part 1 addressed typical stock plan provisions that apply when an optionholder dies. Part 2 discusses what happens to your stock options at your death and who can exercise them.
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