Best books for personal finance and investing? Non-finance person here, amateur investor 10+ years just want to get better.
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…
What are your favorite personal finance books? I just read Rich Habits and really liked it. I am also reading the Psychology of Money. Looking to read some more!
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 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!
Give me your best Audible book you have recently listened to? Finance, Sales or non-fiction
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?
Thinking about doing my own CPA practice. Any books or other suggestions to help with getting started or deep dive personal finance/ tan planning?
I can’t recommend this book enough if you care about income equality, finance, or taxes.
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Seeking recommendations for good materials (books/ courses etc.) on finance transformation?
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...
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?
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
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 else experiencing massive anxiety waiting to hear back from interviews/recruiters? I’ve tried to be patient/optimistic but I’m starting to lose hope...):
Already on the bench for 7 weeks and nothing on radar until Jan end .... when does the talent or HR meeting invite come?
Spending the next couple months in Pittsburgh. Any recommendations between the Renaissance and the Westin?
Amazon Proserve vs. Google Gtech vs. Google Contractor How do these stack up against each other in terms of experience and opportunity? I'm looking for a new job now and haven't prepared enough to be able to pass the tier 1 type FAANG positions, but I thought it would be good to at least get FAANG on my resume.
What salary should I target moving to industry? I have no idea what is reasonable. I’m in a HCOL area, senior with 3 years of experience. Currently making 100k in public.
Does anybody have any tips about finding and working with recruiters? Right now I’m applying on my own but am considering reaching out to some headhunters end of June. I am afraid of dealing with people that are pushy and only in it for the hiring commission. What was your experience like working with headhunters?
on PTO today. ate a gummy after lunch. remembered right after it kicked in that i had a client presentation in 15 minutes. with the cmo 🙃
Why does everyone put Tech / FAANG on such a pedestal, claiming it’s better than MBB. Sure, the comp and WLB may be better, but you won’t be doing as meaningful and impactful work e.g. Govt Covid response, Gates foundation projects, industry defining projects in the space of a few months etc
Been in Consulting for over 25 years. Looking for a change. Love stock and options trading. Have been doing system functional and integration testing and like it. Led teams of people (even clients and client contractors). I like to coach, mentor, and motivate. Getting tired of working 60+ hours a week , needing to do +1s and 0 to 2% increases for “great work” but still bring a positive attitude to the team. Just taking PTO and reevaluating next steps. Company/BU recommendations?
I got a fat raise and promotion this year but that hasn’t cured my depression. Considering leaving and a paycut to just make it to next year alive.
Thoughts on Aruba for a long weekend? How does it compare to other islands in terms of sand quality, swimming in the ocean, hospitality, etc.? Marriott vs Ritz Carlton?
So I have a few opportunities to do some civil cases for friends who have been injured. I’m debating starting my own firm and taking these cases on or moving on to BigLaw? Salary is 180+bonus.
HALP! I'm getting a promotion soon at a global agency (Head of Digital), CEO asked me to put a stucture for a huge teleco client to manage social & digital paid/owned... any recommendations?
When was the last time there were significant layoffs at your firm? Do you foresee them happening again soon?
Do you contribute to your 401k as Roth or traditional? I’m in the 22% tax bracket and always thought Roth was best, but when I read on Bogleheads they say traditional is best.
What are the evaluation metrics for phone case interview at McKinsey? I’ve been reading reviews about being failed despite sufficient preparation. I have sufficient time to prep (2 weeks) but am finding myself underprepared at this point.
Omg I'm an enthusiast. Covid dreams come true
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