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Why Employer Stock Is One of the Riskiest Investments You Can Own

I have a client who works for Apple. He’s been there for years, loves his job, makes good money, and would like to spend the rest of his career there. He’s also fortunate enough to participate in a restricted stock program, which in his case means that he receives a pre-determined number of shares of Apple stock every six months. He’s taxed on the value of those shares, but other than that they are 100% his to do with as.
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