Pre-IPO: Basics

My friends at public companies do cashless exercises of their stock options. Can I do this with stock options at my pre-IPO company? This is premium content

In cashless exercises, a broker sells shares to pay the exercise price and the taxes. The broker then pays this money to your company, and you receive the net amount. In a pre-IPO company...
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