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I also work for a company that offers ESPP and I took them up on the offer....Your company should supply you with info before you invest in them...If they don't I would be leary...Ask if they have a prospectus, annual reports etc...Speak to any dept. in charge of handling the plan and get as much info as possible...I would also talk to other employees and ask if they have made any decent returns on their money and see if they are happy with the plan...When its your money, you always have to do your homework.....

Good luck,
Debbie.
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