Capital Gains

Capital gains is a type of income earned from selling a capital asset or security that may be subject to favorable income tax rates.

What is a Section 83(b) Election and Why Should You File One? Blog Post

Many founders come to us with questions about Section 83(b) elections. They have often heard in startup circles that they need to file these, but may not understand when it makes sense to do so or what problem the Section 83(b) election solves. This article seeks to clear up some of the confusion about Section 83(b) elections.

ISOs v. NSOs: What’s the Difference? Blog Post

When a company issues options to US employees, there are two types it can choose from: incentive stock options (ISOs), which qualify for special tax treatment under the United States Internal Revenue Code, and non-qualified stock options (NSOs), which do not.