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Paying a transfer agent? Most private companies don't need one.

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How do age and gender affect views on a company's ESPP? Find out.

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Stock Plan Administration, ESPP, Employee Stock Purchase Plan, Share-Based Compensation

Want employees to love your stock plan? Invest in communication.

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Reduce the Quarter-End Crunch

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7 Reasons People Prefer Certent Over Other Equity Software Options

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St. Jude Children’s Hospital is the community give back recipient at Certent's 8th Annual Equity Summit

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Equity Management, Stock Plan Accounting and Reporting, Stock Plan Administration, CPE Credits, FASB, Regulations, Tax Cut & Jobs Act

Now That The Dust Has Settled: Dealing With Difficult SEC, FASB, & IRS Concepts

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Equity Management, External Reporting, Stock Plan Accounting and Reporting, Stock Plan Administration, 8-K, SEC, Securities and Exchange Commission, CPE Credits, FASB, CEP Credits

Final Speakers Selected for The Certent Equity Summit 2019

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Stock Planning and Equity Management Headaches?

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Top 5 Cap Table Errors That Start-Ups Need To Avoid

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