Company stock options have the potential to be incredibly valuable, but cashing them in is often tied to complex emotions. Am I defying my company? How do I know when it's the right time?
Too often we allow our emotions to drive financial decision-making. When we separate our money from our emotions, we make better financial decisions. Here are four factors to consider:
- Your personal financial interests come before your job.
- Make financial rules for yourself—and stick to them.
- Put you and your family first.
- Consider your retirement goals.
In this article, Sara expands on the above factors to help guide you in your decision-making whether that be planning for your financial future or stabilizing your current financial situation.
Read the entire article on Harvard Business Review.