Dilution is a reduction in your share of company ownership. It’s important later in a company’s life too, if it ‘goes public’ with an Initial Public Offering (IPO) or offers additional shares through a secondary stock offering. In short, the more shares a company offers the more ‘diluted’ its ownership becomes. If your company provides non-qualified stock options to your employees—and one or more of them exercises their options—then this would cause dilution.

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