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Employee Stock Purchase Plan Dilemma
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Everyone has his or her own reasons for working, and pay usually is among the most important. Not surprisingly, though, many workers list other factors that are almost equally strong motivations. These can range from opportunities to grow or learn new skills to a sense of community and purpose to more tangible benefits, such as health insurance, flexible work schedules, and provisions for retirement. What were once popularly referred to as "fringe benefits" came into prominence during World War II. In the face of federal wage controls to curb inflation, employers began to offer benefits to attract, motivate, and retain ...
at the maximum level. Every paycheck, ten percent of my gross salary is withheld. At the end of each quarter the funds are used to buy my company’s stock at a 15 percent discount from the lower price of either the first day or last day of the quarter. As my company’s stock declined mostly due to the economy at large and the industry in which I work, this was a losing proposition. I decided not to sell the company stock until prices returned, rather than selling at the first available opportunity as I had been earlier. So now I have company stock that I have been holding since ... Read More
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