A step-by-step guide on how to enter sale of shares from vested RSUs in TurboTax.
Unvested RSUs As Golden Handcuffs: What To Do?
As I mentioned in last Friday’s post, I had interviews for a new job. The interviews went very well. They liked me; I liked the company and the job. After the interviews, the hiring manager gave a verbal go-ahead. Now I’m handed off to HR to talk about the compensation package. This turned out to […]
Sell Your RSUs As Soon As They Vest
I heard in a casual conversation that some of my co-workers are holding their RSU shares after the shares are vested. They thought there are some tax advantages in holding the RSU shares. There is no tax advantage whatsoever in holding the RSUs after they vest. RSU stands for Restricted Stock Unit. It’s a form […]
RSU Sell To Cover Deconstructed
A breakdown of how sell-to-cover for tax withholding is done for Restricted Stock Units and how to report it on your tax return.
Restricted Stock Units (RSU) Sales and Tax Reporting
RSU stands for Restricted Stock Units. It’s the new form of stock-based compensation that has gained popularity after the employers are required to expense employee stock options. The biggest difference between RSUs and employee stock options is that RSUs are taxed at the time of vesting while stock options are usually taxed at the time […]
Restricted Stock Units (RSU) Tax Withholding Choices
Ever since the companies are required to expense employee stock options, more companies started to grant the employees Restricted Stock Units (RSUs) instead of stock options. The first batch of RSUs I received will vest shortly. Unlike non-qualified stock options which are taxed at the time of option exercise, RSUs are taxed at the time […]