Manage $10 million+ in equity l/s structure with 1/3 of the 20% performance fee and a 100k base unattached to large/reputable org or stay at stable FO job making 70k with full benefits and clear career trajectory? Thoughts? 24YO F
Dyscalculia-c here, so request no judgement on question. If I have 10k in 401kA and 20kin 401k2 , will I make more in growth if I combine them into a single 401k? A friend was trying to push this logic but it’s beyond me.
Does anyone know what the pros cons are of leaving money in a 401k vs moving the 401k money to a traditional IRA? Over 200k we are taking about.
Anyone know where the healthcare groups are mainly based out of? Is it NYC or SF? I’ve seen both but I dont know which has a larger presence.
Retirement question: Currently 23 and will max my 401k ($19,500) but wondering if Roth or traditional is best here? Currently 24% tax bracket, so with a Roth I will be taxed upfront $4680, but if I go traditional I will additionally put $4680 to work in a traditional IRA (essentially either way I will be committing $24,180 to retirement yearly). In this case, would a Roth or traditional be a better choice? I feel more invested early to compound is important, but will taxes be exuberant in 40yrs?
Does anybody know companies outside of MBB consulting that provide full MBA tuition reimbursement (no limits)?
If my employer matches retirement contributions (up to 4%), should I opt for a traditional pre tax 401k or Roth 401k? My base salary is 85k. In addition, how much of my base salary do you recommend I contribute to my 401k?
Hi all, I have a question regarding retirement accounts. I am not sure if I should choose a Roth or 401k (company has 4+2% match). Currently 23, base salary is ~100k and investments have brought 45k this year which has me teetering between a 22-24% tax bracket. Wondering what the usual tax bracket is of people retired (around 65yo) as I’m not sure anything would bring in significant income with the exception of investments. In my case would a Roth make sense? Appreciate any answers!!
Question re benefits: we used to get a daily stipend to get lunch in the office from GrubHub, but now we're all perm wfh. Still get the emails for GrubHub though, should I ask about using at home?
Anyone here purchases WallStreetPreps financial modeling course? relatively familiar with terms and stuff but never don't anything outside of a DCF. 2019 grad looking to break into healthcare IB.
Given $1k investment minimums for most corp bonds, what is a decent amount to start with? Weighing out the benefits of individual vs ETF
Do you think your relationships work best when you're with someone who also works in finance/economics? Or with someone from a totally different area like Healthcare, etc? Discuss
Any suggestions for contributions to 401k vs ESPP for someone in their mid 20s? Not sure if I should change my current allocations due to the markets
Health insurance Q: I’m choosing between 2 Anthem PPO’s, gold or silver. Gold is higher monthly fee, lower deductibles. Silver is low monthly fee, higher deductibles. In Cali. Any advice on deciding?
My company reimburses CFA exam fees if I clear level the exam and if I stay in the firm for 2 yrs from reimbursement date. I don’t wish to be in the same firm . Can i still apply for CFA scholarship?
Are there tangible benefits to a CFA? I’m in sales at a bulge bracket bank.. looking to maybe do something else
Has anyone recently left JP? If so, what was your process with moving your pension, 401k etc over to your new company?
I’m 25. Not a saver. Never have been. I’m not sure why, but I dislike the idea of locking money away in a 401K. Is saving really that important? Are there non 401K options?
What does a realistic retirement look like to you? (Ie beach condo paid off, car paid off, $$$ in the bank, 401K pay out monthly)?
Senior manager in advisory exploring EMBA with no prior US education. anyone who has done it as a Senior manager, their experience and benefits they have got since then.
Maxing out on 401k - Is the 18k limit, an aggregated contribution of you and your employee or is it just your contribution alone?
I just hit 100k in my 401k. Been at the firm for 5 yrs am a senior associate. 31 yrs. Am I on track for comfortable retirement?
Over the past 6 months, I’ve been tracking my per diem. I got $41/day in CLT and $45/day in Minneapolis. I have not changed my eating habits at all. Over the past 6 months, I have made ~$300/month
Saw my dad’s taxes and I’m not sure how my parents are making ends meet. He stopped contributing to 401k and they are using retirement savings. I want to help but I have no idea how. Suggestions?
Best credit card to earn rewards for all my weekly expenses? ( I’m per diem so I charge all my meals personally)
I heard that the big accounting firms are using covid as an excuse to cut benefits despite some firms actually growing during covid. Is this true? If its true thats kinda sad theyre using covid as excuse to increase profitability at the expense of employees. Seems like a pretty obvious lie.
When people max out on their 401k, do people just contribute the company match, and then contribute as much as they can at the end of the year to hit ceiling? How do people go about maxing out?
Hey Benefits Express: change HCRA (Health Care Reimbursement Account) to a less misleading title. Name implies it's like an HSA, but is definitely an FSA. Been waiting on a non-existent 1099-SA form.
Anyone have suggestions on eating healthy and cheap when traveling? I buy groceries at the beginning of my week to stay under per diem. But looking for healthy options.
As an entry level analyst is it better to enroll in the Pre-Tax or Roth 401k ? What are the benefits of each?
All, my wife is pregnant and we are expecting our first child soon. My wife’s job has standard unpaid 12 weeks maternity leave. Is it likely I’ll be able to take 2-3 months or is that just “you have it but can’t take it” policy where I’ll be penalized at year end?
Is there usually some procedure to collect your paid out PTO when you resign or does it automatically come with your last paycheck?
If I were to be laid off, I'd stand to receive ~2400 / month for 26wks in unemployment if you don't include the CARES ACT increase. Really my only fixed expense is rent at 1350 + utilities. Immoral
The team I worked/traveled with for the past 5 years was laid off today. Seeing their Skype status show up as “presence unknown” just hit a nerve. 😢
Going back to work in a month after a pretty lengthy maternity leave. Discussed with my boss returning at 80% with Fridays off... she was totally fine with that, but is it even realistic in Big 4?
Started an In-House Counsel role for a Big Company; Billons a year or more in Revenue. However, I started right before COVID-19, and have been working remote, however feel like I don’t ever have enough work, it’s been slow to say the least the past couple months. Is this normal or should I start looking to make a move in early 2021?
Principal telling me that I have all the capability to move forward to Manager but “just wants a few more practice reps” before official promotion consideration. What does this mean? Doesn’t it seem contradictory? This person I know has my best interests but they are confusing me with this.
https://m.jagbani.punjabkesari.in/punjab/news/wedding-in-lockdown-1203140 - I am sure you all must be thinking if you had similar times during your weddings if married. Our culture is all about lavish weddings and expenses up to a crore is a norm
How’s A&M viewed as at MBB in comparison to Big 4 in terms of reputation, competitiveness? Does it increase chances to get an interview at MBB coming from A&M vs Big 4? Thanks all!
My partner and I may be relocating in the next year or so for his job. I finally made the move in-house last year making my tenure at my current company about 1 year. My previous firm experiences have been very toxic with the last firm I worked for causing so much unneeded stress that it caused my health to take a substantial hit. I don’t think the company I work for will allow me to move and work fully remote. Two questions: (continued in post)
Wife and I are mid-30s. We’ve struggled long to have a kid, and finally we are considering a IVF. I’ve been seriously considering adopting a baby, but not sure how she’ll react; struggling to get this across and not upset her at the same time
What’s the most important lesson you’ve learnt managing people that you would pass down to a new Manager?
Interviewed with a panel and the hiring manager encouraged me to email her. Any tips on what to include in the follow up email. I really want this role but I feel like I messed up on one of the technical sessions that she wasn’t involved in.
Mansplaining: a term we hear about often, but if you're a little older you may not be clued into what it is since it's a product of meme culture (doesn't mean it's not real). What is mansplaining?
Has anyone ever thought about going into intellectual property law? I've contemplated applying to law schools
Some investment banks are reporting increase in revenue amidst Covid-19, but I think their luck will run out at some point...