Stock appreciation rights (SARs) are being granted by some companies. To help you understand SARs, Part 1 explains the "appreciation," the role of exercises, and taxes at exercise.
Stock appreciation rights (SARs) are garnering interest among companies. Part 2 discusses taxes, IRS concerns, and why companies like SARs.
John P. Barringer, CFP®
Learn about year-end planning for NQSOs and restricted stock/RSUs, including the continued impact of the Tax Cut & Jobs Act and how down and volatile stock prices could influence your decisions.