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Part One of a three-part series wherein I, an English Major, explain incentive stock options and how they work for employees at startups.
Last week we talked about what it means to be offered stock options in your company, and the difference between what you'll pay for them and what they might be "worth" (in both the market sense and the tax implication sense). But the thing is, you don’t get all of the stock at once. That’s another reason why they're called incentive stock options.