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Stock issues for former and current employees:
Xerox offer to HP shareholders -- Advice and reference info from HPAA members.
If you received a "Potential Private Retirement Benefit Information" notice from Social Security, it is usually based on outdated information -- as indicated by the "Year Reported" date on the form included in the body of the notice. Here's how to decode it: https://www.hpalumni.org/PotentialBenefitLetter
If you are leaving the company, see our ASAP Checklist for additional information on this topic.
Fundamental principle: With any employer, no one but you really cares about your employment-related stock.
- Time to untangle your stock! You may have stock in up to seven HP-related companies. It may not all be held in the same place. With each spinoff, the cost basis for your shares changed. Many find stray accounts -- or need to retrieve stock or dividends turned over to a state as "unclaimed." You could pay taxes twice on the same income. Your heirs may not find it all. An HP Alumni team developed a step-by-step process to find it, protect it, and help you avoid double taxation.
- New spinoff. If you owned DXC shares on May 25, 2018, you have been issued shares in a new company called "Perspecta" -- with corresponding adjustment in value of your DXC shares. (This is not reflected in the HPAA's stock spreadsheets.)
Reference info about employee stock: Check your termination
paperwork and the very helpful official "leaving" site for your company
-- both accessible outside company firewalls:
Start the HPAA's step-by-step Stock Recovery process Step 1. Stock Decoder
Other stock-related topics:
- Join the HPAA Finance Forum
- Stock records: Companies pay various firms to perform shareholder recordkeeping. How to obtain stock records.
- Lost stock: This is surprisingly common, even for people who haven't changed their address in decades. How to check for lost stock and dividends
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