Executive Compensation

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  1. Gross Spread

    Gross spread is the difference between the underwriting price received by the issuing company and the actual price offered ...
  2. Undersubscribed

    Undersubscribed is a situation in which demand for IPO securities is less than the number of shares issued, also known as ...
  3. Cashless Exercise

    A cashless exercise is a transaction in which employee stock options are exercised without making any cash payment.
  4. Retired Execs: What Do Corporate Boards Pay?

    If you have the right skill set, getting a seat on a company board can be a lucrative and stimulating way to spend some of ...
  5. Average Indexed Monthly Earnings (AIME)

    Average indexed monthly earnings (AIME) is used to determine the primary insurance amount (PIA) that values an individual's ...
  6. Waiver Of Premium For Payer Benefit

    A waiver of premium for payer benefit clause says that an insurance company will not require a fee to maintain the policy ...
  7. Own-Occupation Policy

    An own-occupation policy covers individuals who become disabled and can't perform what they have been trained to perform.
  8. The Path to Becoming a CEO

    Think you have what it takes to be chief executive? Find out what those at the top have in common.
  9. How Restricted Stock and RSUs Are Taxed

    Find out how these forms of executive compensation work and how to deal with the tax consequences of them.
  10. Underwriting Agreement

    An underwriting agreement is a contract between a group of investment bankers in an underwriting syndicate and the issuer ...
  11. Waiver Of Premium For Disability

    Waiver of premium for disability is an insurance policy provision that says a policyholder will not be required to pay premiums ...
  12. Primary Offering

    A primary offering is the first issuance of stock from a private company for public sale.
  13. Defer Taxes with Nonqualified Deferred Compensation (NQDC) Plans

    Nonqualified deferred compensation plans can help highly compensated employees bolster their retirement plans.
  14. Credit Insurance

    Credit insurance is a type of insurance that pays off one or more existing debts in the event of a death, disability, or ...
  15. Fulcrum Fee

    A fulcrum fee is a performance-based fee that adjusts up or down based on outperforming or underperforming a benchmark.
  16. Personal Financial Specialist - PFS

    Personal Financial Specialist is a specialty credential for CPAs who are expert at helping individuals with all aspects of ...
  17. Cash Balance Pensions: Pros, Cons for Small Biz

    Are cash balance pensions the right solution for your small business clients?
  18. Qualified Professional Asset Manager - QPAM

    A qualified professional asset manager is a registered investment advisor that helps institutions like pension funds make ...
  19. Soft Commissions

    A soft commission, or soft dollars, is a transaction-based payment made by an asset manager to a broker-dealer that is not ...
  20. Investment Bank (IB)

    An investment bank (IB) is an intermediary between securities issuers and investors, does underwriting and acts as broker/advisor ...
  21. A How-To Guide to Being a Venture Capitalist

    So, you want to be a venture capitalist? Here's what it takes (besides capital).
  22. How did Richard Branson make his fortune?

    Learn how Virgin Group tycoon Richard Branson earned his billions. Follow his journey from Virgin Records to the corporate ...
  23. What is a trailing commission?

    A trailing commission is money you pay an advisor each year that you own an investment.
  24. Warren Buffett's frugal, so why aren't you?

    Warren Buffett, the Oracle of Omaha, has a net worth in the billions, but his lifestyle is not as rich as you may think. ...
  25. How To Become A Private Equity Associate

    With the right planning, second- and third-year investment banking analysts can graduate to an associate position at a private ...
  26. Where Do Lawyers Earn the Most Money?

    Lawyers earn much higher wages working in certain industries, states and metropolitan areas. Learn the best-paying sectors ...
  27. Equity Research: Job Description & Average Salary

    Learn about the average salary of an equity research position and the skills, education and certifications hiring companies ...
  28. What's the average salary of a chief financial officer (CFO)?

    Learn about the average salary for a chief financial officer (CFO), including bonuses and benefits.
  29. What is a rainmaker?

    Traditionally applied to lawyers, a rainmaker is any person who brings clients, money, or business to an organization, based ...
  30. The Giants of Finance: Andrew Carnegie

    Though not as well-remembered as some of his contemporaries, Andrew Carnegie's legacy is strong and moralistic.
  31. WMCP: Modern Wealth Management Education for Advisors

    The recently introduced Wealth Management Certified Professional credential includes a research-based curriculum for advisors. ...
  32. How did Warren Buffett get started in business?

    Warren Buffett may have been born with business in his blood, but it was a brush with Benjamin Graham that put him on his ...
  33. What does a merger or acquisition mean for the target company's employees?

    Learn about the likely impact of a merger-and-acquisition deal on the target company's employees, including their benefits ...
  34. Management Strategies From a Top CEO

    Find out what legendary manager Jack Welch did to grow General Electric into one of the biggest companies in the world.
  35. How Grant Cardone built a $350M real estate empire

    Sales trainer Grant Cardone built his multimillion-dollar real estate empire without raising external capital from anyone ...
  36. What's the Best Way to Contact Warren Buffett?

    Learn how to contact Warren Buffett and what kinds of contact is most likely to receive a response from him or from his company, ...
  37. Warren Buffett's History in School

    Warren Buffett attended multiple prestigious schools on his path to success, but he places much more significance on real-world ...
  38. Rules That Warren Buffett Lives By

    Warren Buffett, the Oracle of Omaha, has some timeless words of advice.
  39. 7 Considerations When You Negotiate Severance

    Here are some considerations to take into account when you negotiate a severance including how to survive and move on from ...
  40. The 401(k) and Other Qualified Plans Tutorial

    Learn about eligibility requirements, contributions and distribution rules for these retirement plans.
  41. Get The Most Out Of Employee Stock Options

    Stock options can be lucrative for employees who know how to avoid unnecessary taxes.
  42. Are fringe benefits direct or indirect costs?

    Learn how to allocate costs associated with fringe benefits provided to employees and how to determine when a cost is either ...
  43. Buffett's Biggest Mistakes

    This investment guru is still human, and his biggest investing blunders prove it. Find out where he went wrong, and what ...
  44. How To Become A Corporate Board Member

    We look at how corporate boards are constructed, and how investors can get involved.
  45. Internal Auditor: Job Description & Average Salary

    Learn about what the job of internal auditor entails, as well as the median salary, education and certifications required ...
  46. Should You Work At A Boutique Investment Bank?

    Boutique investment banks are consistently increasing their marketshare. Should you consider a job at a boutique instead ...
  47. Things You Didn't Know Could Get You Fired

    You can be fired for a number of reasons not yet outlined in your company handbook.
  48. How David Rubenstein Became a Billionaire

    How did David Rubenstein make his fortune?
  49. Why did Howard Schultz decide to keep Starbucks a chain rather than allow franchising?

    Read about why billionaire Howard Schultz chose to keep Starbucks a chain rather than franchising and how he led the chain ...
  50. Why Does Larry Page Pay Himself a $1 Salary?

    Google co-founder Larry Page continues to take an annual salary of only $1 as chief executive officer.
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