This webinar (held Dec. 2, 2021) is available on demand. Registered attendees of the webinar receive links to the webinar recording and the webinar slide deck.

Didn't register for the live webinar? For streaming access to the webinar recording, please click on the video screen above and register with the form that pops up. Contact us ( to receive a copy of the webinar slide deck and handouts with your registration. If you would like the 2.0 CE credits for CFPs that are available with this webinar, please let us know when you have watched it and send us your CFP ID number so we can report the credits.

For other engaging on-demand webinars in stock comp topics, all of which offer CE credits for CFPs, CEPs, and CPWAs, see the myStockOptions Webinar Channel.

Sharpen your knowledge of year-end and year-beginning financial and tax strategies for stock options, restricted stock/RSUs, ESPPs, and company stock holdings to make smarter decisions and prevent mistakes. In 100 minutes, the webinar features insights from a panel of three leading financial advisors, including real-world case studies, to provide practical info, guidance, and expertise for equity comp in both public and private companies.

Minimize taxes and build wealth with their know-how on the essentials of year-end planning. Topics covered include:

- What’s new for year-end 2021 and the start of 2022, including the potential for new tax laws
- Checklist of critical issues and choices for stock comp at year-end and year-start
- Income-shifting and multi-year planning with stock comp to minimize taxes
- Effective capital gain and loss harvesting of company shares
- When option exercises make sense in 2021
- Reducing taxes when you had substantial income from stock comp in 2021
- Guidelines to consider when selling company stock at year-end
- ISO strategies to eliminate, minimize, or manage AMT
- Special year-end strategies for private company equity comp when IPO or M&A expected in 2022
- Donations of company stock to maximize tax deductions
- Tax-withholding adjustments and estimated taxes: how to avoid penalties
- Special topics for executives: nonqualified deferred comp elections; 10b5-1 plans
- Case studies

Whether live or in recorded format, this webinar offers 2.0 CE credit hours for the following certifications:
- Certified Financial Planners (CFPs)
- Certified Equity Professionals (CEPs)

The live webinar only (not the recording) offers 2.0 CE credits for Enrolled Agents.

All registered attendees get unlimited streaming access to the webinar recording for their personal viewing, along with the presentation slide deck. Therefore, even if you have a time conflict, please still register, as you will receive a link to the recording and presentation.

Questions? Please contact the myStockOptions team at 617-734-1979 or

Details About the Webinar

Thu, Dec 2, 2021 · 2:00 PM Eastern Time (US & Canada) (GMT -5:00)
Cost: $169.00
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About the Speakers

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1637019236-8fc63cafdbe96265 AJ Ayers, EA, CEP, CFP®
Co-Founder, Brooklyn FI

AJ Ayers is an Enrolled Agent, CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™, and Certified Equity Professional. She's the co-founder of Brooklyn FI, a financial planning, wealth management, and tax firm located in Brooklyn, New York, that serves tech professionals and creatives. As a writer and editor with a strong background in communications, AJ builds frameworks for delivering complex tax advice around equity compensation to clients. With the Certified Equity Professional designation, she brings an unparalleled understanding of company stock plans to Brooklyn FI. AJ's path to entrepreneurship began with a financial advice podcast and currently finds her at the helm of a young company experiencing explosive growth and making a huge impact on the lives of clients. She is also the co-host of the equity-compensation-focused podcast The Liquidity Event.

1637019321-887474c9a51954d0 John P. Barringer, CFP®
Managing Partner, Executive Wealth Planning

John P. Barringer, the author of the Stockbrokers' Secrets article series at, is the Managing Partner of Executive Wealth Planning in Denver, Colorado. He is a Certified Financial Planner (CFP®) practitioner. He is also a founding member and past President of the Denver Chapter of the National Association of Stock Plan Professionals (NASPP). John has specialized in advising public company employees on stock compensation since 1988. John worked as an executive financial services director at a major brokerage for five years immediately before starting his own registered investment advisory in 2015, where his work with clients focuses on planning for corporate executives, especially those who are subject to SEC Section 16(b) and Rule 144. He also has numerous public company relationships for which he provides stock plan administration solutions, qualified plan services, and corporate cash management.

1637019616-df0f9140725a5771 Chun Wong, CPA
Managing Partner, Safe Harbor LLP

Chun Wong (CPA) is the managing partner of Safe Harbor LLP, where he works with clients on domestic and US international tax and accounting issues. The firm is dedicated to small- and medium-sized business accounting, tax, and financial advisory issues in the San Francisco Bay Area. It also helps high-net-worth individuals optimize their taxes to pay less and arrange their financial life to be as easy as possible.

1637022223-fa1efe374cdf2405 Bruce Brumberg, JD (moderator)
Editor-in-Chief and Co-Founder, myStockOptions

Bruce Brumberg has devoted most of his professional career to making complex legal and tax concepts understandable to people who do not enjoy reading the Internal Revenue Code and the securities laws. Bruce is the editor-in-chief and a co-founder of, the premier provider of web-based educational content and tools on stock options, restricted stock, ESPPs, SARs, and performance shares. He runs another website (, on nonqualified deferred comp), produced the Think Twice insider-trading-prevention videos (, and writes a popular blog at Bruce graduated from the University of Michigan and University of Virginia School of Law.