First, a little background, 409A is an IRS Code section that requires companies to grant stock options at Fair Market Value (FMV), meaning no discounts anymore. In order for a company to prove they granted stock options at FMV, they’ll need to follow the valuation rules surrounding 409A. (more…)
Generally, most companies understand what a 409A Valuation is and why they need it, but questions commonly arise regarding the timing and subsequent updates of their 409A Valuation. Not all of these questions have clear cut answers and ASL prides itself in helping our clients navigate these “gray areas” of 409A Valuations.
409A Valuations – Frequently Asked Questions
Here are some commonly asked questions: (more…)