Options are only taxed when they are exercised. Say your option contract states that you can buy shares for €10. If the company’s value increases to €100 a share and you choose to exercise your option, you have to pay 50% income tax over the profit you make. In this case your profit per share is €90, so you would have to pay €45. If you then take into account that you paid €10 to exercise the option, you have made a profit of €35.
Amsterdam-based social enterprise Share Council, a FinTech startup focused on “closing the capital wealth gap by making every SME employee co-owner”, announced on Tuesday that it is proud to have raised over €1M in funding from The Sharing Group (known from MyWheels & Mijndomein) and a network of strategic angel investors. Share Council is build on the premise of “everyone a co-owner”, hence the last 100k of stock is now publicly coming available, see sharecouncil.co/investRead more
Just 5 Million EU employees own equity in the company they work for. This creates a staggering divide and it leaves Europe behind in the race for global talent.Read more