Stock and options issues
Advice and reference information from Hewlett-Packard Alumni Association members. The HPAA has a Finance Forum where we discuss US personal finance issues from an ex-HP perspective. Join the HPAA at no charge: http://www.hpalumni.org (Rev. Apr 17, 2016)
Be sure to check state unclaimed property sites for lost shares, uncashed dividend checks, and other stray money. You may be approached by companies claiming to have found money for you -- for example, a private investigator has been contacting ex-EDS folks. There is no need to pay anyone. Member advice on unclaimed property.
1. The HPQ/HPE split. HPQ shareholders automatically received a proportional number of shares in HPE. Stock aspects of HPI/HPE split
2. HP employee stock plans.
3. Compaq, EDS and other predecessor stock issues. Predecessor company stock
4. Where are my HP Inc. (HPQ) stock records? Depends on how and when you acquired the stock.
5. Where are my Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) stock records?
Depends on how and when you acquired the stock.
6. HP Employee Purchase cost basis:
Stock aspects of
7. HP Share Ownership Plan (SOP) tax reporting. Very helpful information collected by HPAA member Alan Silverstein and posted on his personal website: HP SOP Tax Reporting Info (revised Dec 11, 2013.)
8. HP employee stock options and taxes. Advice from HPAA members: Stock Options
9. Option exercise -- obtaining your annual W-2 Wage and Tax Statement. You need your HP W-2 if you exercised any options during the year -- even if you did not work for HP during the year. (You will also get a 1099-B from the broker. You need both documents for every option exercise.) How to obtain your annual W-2 or final Earnings Statement
10. HP investor purchase cost basis: Stock
aspects of HPI/HPE split
11. Stock of predecessor and spinoff companies. (Agilent, Compaq, EDS, Indigo, Mercury, Opsware, Peregrine, and others.) Predecessor company stock
12. Acquisitions and Divestitures – unofficial directory of 239 acquisitions -- and54 divestitures and spinoffs -- by HP and predecessor companies.
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