Fish that use Audible to listen to books, does it have a decent number of personal finance books that are at the non-premium tier? I couldn’t figure out or find a search/list of unlimited included books… I did see the premium tier has 1-2 book credits a month
To con't the conversation on engagement rings💍 - what do they symbolize to you? My BF and I got into a discussion about this last night. He views them as an investment and an "asset" on the books for his future family. He also has grandparents who had to finance their trip to America by selling their jewels. I see the ring as more of a gift to the future bride that is an expense that can be sold for money if needed, but isn't an investment. I'm fine w/ lab grown, he is not. Thoughts?
Best books to start brushing up on finance skills relevant to PE/DD work? Might be looking to lateral somewhere that focuses on it and would like to have a bit of a foundational knowledge so I don't sound like an idiot while networking with people.
Not sure if anyone asked this before, but what are some of the best books that you’ve ready about money, investing, and finance that you’ve read and you always go by? And if not books then YouTubers, IG, etc…
Anyone have any suggestions for accounting, finance, or data analysis books or online material to prepare for an MBA? I’m accepted to LBS but my background is in entrepreneurship so I know a lot of random stuff but I want to be prepared for the required core courses.
Anyone have some good book recommendations? Mostly into biographies, history, business/finance, fiction, self-help, and romance here and there doesn’t hurt!
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I don’t have a finance background and recently started investing in stocks and mutual funds (around 5K usd). I want to ramp up my investments but not sure how and where. Any recommendations for any books/subscriptions/blogs that can help me?
Hi guys! Looking to learn about real estate investing! I am a senior in college graduating with a degree in finance so I understand certain aspects, but am looking to learn more on my own about real estate specifically! What books would you recommend I read?
My accounting edge finance is not compatible with the new Mac OS. I do not need the $15/month subscription they offering as an upgrade since I’m a lone freelancer. I’ve always kept my own books and did my own taxes. Anyone else out there with a basic bookkeeping program recommendation for Mac would be appreciated.
Lawyer here with a concentration in international tax, in and outside of the US. I'm ready to make the jump out of this pure billable hour ridiculousness. I've always had broader interests/side projects/etc (e.g. helping build financial models, make pitch books, do BD trips on my vacation time). My main trade is handling legal/finance in the cross-border context. Any recommendations on where I can market myself best in the startup world?
I’m sure there’s tons of threads out there. But does anyone have any luck day trading with all the restrictions we have at the Big 4 firms? I’ve done okay but it’s a pain in with the restrictions. Also does anyone have any day trading books I can read to further my knowledge. I work in finance already so know my way around financial statements just need more strategies and charting methods any advice would be really appreciated. Happy new year!
Seeking recommendations for good materials (books/ courses etc.) on finance transformation?
Suggestions for Personal Finance books? I'm somewhere in the middle of the road - don't need the basics like the need to save a rainy day fund, pay off student loans (I already have that covered plus have hit a number of milestones including putting the down payment our first home), but I'm also not really interested in super aggressive investing like day trading or watching individual stocks very closely.
What are some books that would be good to read for someone with a non finance background looking to get into a finance career? What should you read before you read the Kaplan materials to study for the Series 7 exam?
Okay finance lawyers. I don't understand this issue. Client says books show we're highly profitable but we have no way to pay our tax liability.... Well where the hell did tbe money go ? Client also claims that they are only taking a small portion of the revenue as profit. I don't understand how your books can be different than reality.
Any tips on investing? How did you get over the fear of losing money or making risky investments? Recommendations on personal finance blogs/books/podcast/etc?
I’m 21 about to graduate from a top 40 school (BU, BC, NEU). I’m going into restructuring at an (FTI, Alvarez,Alix). I’d really like to get into HBS or GSB in about 5 years. On the side, I run a educationalYouTube channel with 1m subscribers also trying to leverage it into a podcast. I am also a artist (colorizing) and working towards publishing a coffee table type book with a historian. I have a 3.5 in Finance and Accounting. Do I have a chance assuming high GMAT? What else should I be doing?
How to learn personal finance? Taxes Stocks Salary Mutual Funds/ Insurance Any good courses or books to refer.
Looking for personal finance book recommendations. Have read Dave Ramsey but looking to branch out and read something by a widely-respected authority in the finance world. A friend recommended “I Will Teach You to Be Rich” but idk. TIA!
Ideas on where to go to get schooled on corporate finance must-knows? How to read 10K filings, capex/opex, IRR etc. Looking for online or book options please.
In my second busy season of PA (2 years ago), auditing a specialty finance company that we all quickly came to realize stunk to high hell. We ended up issuing an adverse opinion over a disagreement with the client to book an approx. 100MM write down adjustment to deferred revenue. We walked away with the thought that we had just scratched the surface of their corruption. Fast forward 2 years and low and behold they’re under a 1.2B dollar investigation by the SEC and their CEO is in prison.
What’s a good, practical tax book to read for someone who knows nothing about taxes? I feel like I should familiarize myself with them but don’t know where to start/find the topic very overwhelming and dense even as a finance attorney. Welcome to other beginning finance book suggestions too! (Already read Kiyosaki and Ramsey)
Favorite resources (books, YT videos, podcasts, etc.) for beginners looking to get into personal finance? Looking for something easier to consume so I don’t get disinterested
Any great personal finance/investment books to read? Or even YouTubers/Podcasters Really looking into expanding my investment horizons — particularly about learning about how to allocate my investment portfolio. Also, always nice to learn about better ways to save and cutback.
I come from a pure healthcare background and have minimal finance skills/experience. Want to eventually get in healthcare investing in a MM PE fund. Is there anyway that I can start to make moves on this, while at my Big 4? Who are the best types of folks to reach out to at my Big 4? Anything I should get smart on? Websites, podcasts, books to read?
Best books / resources to really understand Bitcoin and cryptos in general, and how it will disrupt business / finance?
Advice to young lawyers. Read a book. I saw the thread about savings and many young lawyers (20s and 30s) don’t know how to open up a brokerage account or invest in their 401k. I know they don’t teach personal finance in school (though they should!), but my advice is that you should go to your local library and read a book about the subject. You have the skills necessary but you must invest in yourself. No one will look out for you.
Thinking about doing my own CPA practice. Any books or other suggestions to help with getting started or deep dive personal finance/ tan planning?
What are your best personal finance tips and sources of information? I’m the household CFO by default, and I need to get more savvy about budgeting / planning / investing so my money works harder for me. Any good programs, books or courses you’ve taken? Any good tips or hacks you want to share? Teach me your ways!
Please recommend online resources/books to help understand the basics of investment and personal finance. Based out of Canada, if applicable. Thank you!
Please recommend online resources/books to help understand the basics of investment and personal finance for a newbie. Based out of Canada, if applicable. Thank you!
Best personal finance/investing books? I’ve read a few “beginner” ones like I will teach you to be rich but would love to read some more
Any good non-fiction book recommendations? Some finance ones that I’ve loved are Black Edge, Billion Dollar Whale and Bad Blood.
Could someone explain what finance closing process is? I passed CPA and have audit experience but I don’t really understand how industry accounting cycle works :( What does it mean to close the books? Are they referring to 12/31 deadline? Do all JE have to be recorded within this date? How does one close it?
What is everyone’s top 1 or 2 favorite books on personal finance? I’m always looking for a new one to bring into the fold of what I’m doing
Suggestions on an intro book to personal finance/investing? 25 y/o with no interest in actively managing a portfolio but want to set myself up for long-term financial freedom
Any book recommendations? I prefer self improvement, finance, and biographies. Any recommendations welcome! Bonus if it’s on kindle unlimited and free!
Anyone have any book recommendations related to business/finance? Reading Billion Dollar Whale now and can’t put it down!
So I’m an undergrad starting as an associate in consulting at PwC without a business background, I have really strong clinical knowledge and have been hired for healthcare consulting but I honestly don’t know the basics of accounting/finance/data analytics. I feel way over my head, any tips on how to give myself working knowledge or books I could read would be GREATLY appreciated!
A book/website/podcast/any other resource on personal finance and best practices for spending/saving money? I'm in the 1st year of my career and want to make the wisest money decisions I can make
What do finance guys want as a birthday gift from girlfriend? Budget is around $300-$500. I usually book flights or hotels, but I can’t do that this year.
Looking for recommendations of any good non-finance books to pass some of the downtime at home
When doing anything finance related, I overlook basic details and my numbers end up being a mess. Is there a course I can take or a book I can read to get better at my agency financial literacy?
What are some good books for learning about finance? I don't know almost anything about the stock market, investing, managing money etc.
Any recs for new or under-the-radar finance blogs, books, programs, etc. to read/watch while isolating at home? I think I've read everything on my usuals list. Nothing to do but work more...
Any designers with ~4 years experience in nyc looking? Agency side but work is for a finance client. DM me for info and I’ll pass along books.
I can’t recommend this book enough if you care about income equality, finance, or taxes.
Any recommended books to carry along on a 17hr flight? Looking for easy reading. Genre - Self improvement, personal finance, photography, etc
Want to start a firm that packages P3s for city govts to fund projects off the balance books. Have govt exp/contacts but lack deal finance SME - and capital! WWYD to get ready for a FY21 launch?
What skills to study / learn that are relevant to M&A or Strategy consulting? Have been studying a lot of valuation, econ, strat, finance, M&A. Books / courses / topics you recommend?
I’m a history major and have a hard time understanding when people talk about finance or accounting. Any books that you guys can recommend that might help?
Best books to give to new young client who genuinely wants to grow and develop his interest & understanding of finance, doesn’t want to be bored, & cares about his investment accounts?
Give me your best Audible book you have recently listened to? Finance, Sales or non-fiction
Anyone have any book recommendations for real estate investing? There’s a lot of crap out there. Looking for a more serious book for someone who already understands finance and real estate basics.
Been doing IT strategy consulting for about 6 years now, coming from an engineering background & want to shape up on economics and finance. Any books/websites/... you 🐠 can recommend?
Best personal finance book and/or web resource?
Looking for non-fiction book recommendations - doesn't have to be finance related. The last ones I read and really enjoyed were Misbehaving by Richard Thaler and Gene by Siddhartha Mukherjee.
Good book recommendations on the basics behind M&A deals and the DD process? Asking for a friend who is looking to start a search fund and has operational experience but no finance.
How does one actually finance the purchase of a book of business? I’m assuming you put a cash down payment...how much? Does a bank finance the rest, or your BD?
What personal finance / investing books would you recommend to someone in their late twenties who is starting to have decent amounts of capital to invest?
Any good books/free courses out there that give a taste of what HF/PE work is like? Not really looking to switch from tech, but curious about the hype around these finance jobs (besides the high pay)
Looking for book recommendations; any favorites? Interested in both fiction and educational/self-improvement (for example, investment / finance books, time management, etc). I feel my vocab is...
Any recommendations for good Personal Finance help books (investing, 401k, passive income) for beginners? Thank you in advance!!
Best technical skills and learning opportunities for corporate finance? - VBA, SQL, Python (Coursera/LinkedIn Learning) - Quant (R) - Hyperion or other apps (work) - CFA study (books)
I really like finance, but I want to be a sole proprietor. Any ideas of what I can do besides making my own hedge book?
Anyone have any good recommendations on books for finance basics on different investment vehicles in PE, VC, and IB (PIPEs, Series A, converts, etc...)?
Are you expecting to have a lifelong career in finance? If not, what you are hoping to do eventually and are you preparing for the transition (taking any classes, reading specific books, etc.)?
I'm a senior finance major planning to take the CISA instead of the CFA/CPA so I can get to manager. What are the best CISA prep programs/books for a non-IT major?
What are some good personal finance books?