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Stock Options

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Scholarships for Graduate Students

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Rotary Rules

Never thought that blue-and-gold Rotary club sign at the edge of your town would have any relevance to you? Think again. With a little networking effort on your part, your local Rotary club could be the funding source you need for your next foreign travel experience, artistic pursuit, or community service project. Learn how to make it happen.

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Raises and Promotions

Get yourself into the habit of recognizing when you have been doing a good job for an extended period. This is the classic signal that you're ready for a promotion, a pay increase, or both. Learn the etiquette about pay talk on the job. Then get yourself into the habit of asking for what you deserve.

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Pinching Your Pennies

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Don't Starve. Budget!

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Dollars and Sense: The IRS Made Easy

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A Sample Stock Option Plan

Salary.com asked some of its stock options experts to interpret a stock option plan from Dell Computer Corporation. Bill Coleman and Keith Fortier, neither of whom is a lawyer, have summarized each section in plain English and explained why it matters to the person who has stock options under the plan. The sections in italics are the actual language of the plan; the sections in regular type are Salary.com's interpretation.

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About Stock Options

One of the biggest challenges facing employers is recruiting and retaining qualified, dedicated employees. Over the past decade, with unemployment levels low and the economy doing well, one of the ways businesses in many industries were recruiting the best possible talent and keeping those employees happy was by offering stock options. For the first time ever, the trend extended not just to top-level managers and executives, but to people throughout the organization.

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Vesting and Exercising

Always, always, always remember that getting stock options is not the same thing as getting shares of stock. The option is the right, but not the obligation, to purchase a share at a specific price, at a specific time. Before you can purchase the shares - or exercise your options - you need that option to purchase. You must earn the right to purchase those shares; you need to become vested in those shares.

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Ten Ways to Save Money at the Pump

Summer is almost here and whether you're driving around town or ready for that long distance roadtrip, you'll be paying more for gas. Here are some tips to help you get the maxium value for your dollar.

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Tax Implications of Stock Options

As with any type of investment, when you realize a gain, it's considered income. Income is taxed by the government. How much tax you'll ultimately wind up paying and when you'll pay these taxes will vary depending on the type of stock options you're offered and the rules associated with those options.

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The Road Back From Identity Theft

Identity theft is an increasing problem in today's world. We've compiled some information in case it ever happens to you.

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How to Save Money on Student Loans

By consolidating multiple student loans into one lower monthly payment, you gain the freedom to better manage your monthly budget, and invest more of your earnings for the future.

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How should my union use compensation data?

Normally, unions participate in companies' market studies on pay. Union members typically may see the jobs being benchmarked in a market study.

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I Need a Loan, but I Have Bad Credit...

Here are some tips on how to receive financial aid even if your credit score is bad.

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New Job, New Bonus Plan

Let's say you are contemplating joining a company in a different industry, although you intend to continue doing what you're doing now. The company you are joining is offering a much larger bonus than you are currently earning, but is ruling out that larger salary you were hoping for. That is, it has a different pay mix. Pay mix varies from industry to industry.

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How To Slay Credit Card Debt For Good

The numbers tell the story, and the story is that most Americans are carrying some kind of balances on their credit cards, meaning that they do not pay the balance in full every month.

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Money Management

There are a number of ways that people can use to manage money to stay out of debt and even establish savings over time.

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Leave College Without Credit Card Debt

You're in college, so it's too early to be thinking of having a personal financial plan. That's for after you graduate and you're making the big bucks, right?

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How Much is Your Credit Card Costing You?

Have you ever thought how much a credit card costs to you?

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How Much Does A Cup Of Coffee Cost?

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Terms and Definitions

Before taking advantage of your stock options or participating in an employee stock purchase plan, it's necessary to understand exactly what's being offered. Typically, an employer will provide an option agreement, explaining the stock option or employee stock purchase plan in which you're being invited to participate. This agreement will be filled with investment-related terminology you'll need to know in order to understand the terms of your option.

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