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
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!
Any good non-fiction book recommendations? Some finance ones that I’ve loved are Black Edge, Billion Dollar Whale and Bad Blood.
Please recommend online resources/books to help understand the basics of investment and personal finance. Based out of Canada, if applicable. Thank you!
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?
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!
What is a good general personal finance book ? I know the basics, but looking to get organized for the future. I’d like something that covers the theory as well as the mechanics.
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?
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.
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.
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.
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?
Best books for personal finance and investing? Non-finance person here, amateur investor 10+ years just want to get better.
I have a final interview with a Harvard partner aka Deloitte this evening. How should I prepare? Plus questions to ask? Deloitte No Deloitted jokes please
Non-mbb folks that want to enter mbb. If you had a cross offer from all three, would the recent negative publications about McK influence your decision?
Headed to a T2 this summer for my MBA internship. Thinking of rerecruiting for MBB in the fall. Anyone know how recruiting might look this year post-COVID? Thanks in advance!!
How many credit cards do you have and how much do you get back? I think I might have about 10. Amazon/wholefoods - 5% Visa Dining - 4% Master Online shopping - 3% Visa Travel - 3% Visa+Master+Amex Grocery - 3% Amex Drugstore - 3% Visa Everything else - 2% Visa+Master one card w/ rotation of categories - 5% Discover
Guys/Gals/Other Non-gender conforming groups of people, take care of yourselves. We are all stressed and worried about our jobs, life, family, friends. Make an effort to take sometime for yourself
Hoping to seek everyone’s advice here! I recently moved in-house and have more free time to invest in myself. Which direction would you suggest that I look to for growth? - UX/UI - Coding - Data Analytics - SHRM - PMP - Others?
Maybe I'm too much of a economist/ accountant but I don't believe the wage gap in the US is accurate. I believe it has more to do with career choices and the % of women who stop working to raise a fam
Does anyone know how long Capital One takes to make a decision in the hiring process. Finished up case interview for financial analyst but haven’t heard back for almost a week
ZS vs KPMG vs Roland Berger? US NE office Have an offer to join rb or zs trying to determine if I should. strategy work at KPMG almost non existent in my practice. Not super hyped on healthcare but also don’t mind it. What are your thoughts? It’s basically ZS brand in NA seems to be better than RB, RB has more diverse clients and strong brand in EU
Offer at growth tech company in SF/NYC: 135k TC (105k Base, 120k RSUs over 4 years, no signing) 2.5 YOE, offer would be for Sr. Business Analyst at Asana, AirBnB, Slack, etc. Take the offer if you’re current TC is 95k? Why or why not? Thx for the feedback
Im a recent grad on a tech implementation project for a small firm. I’m finding it challenging because I’m expected to know how to solution a user problem based on the system that I really don’t know all the ins and outs of. I enjoy the req gathering/PMO activities, but thinking of data mapping and integrations is such a new way of thinking than a typical strategy-based case study. Do strategy ppl find these tech implementation difficult?
Ever had 3 rounds of interviews with a company and then they just went complete ghost on you? Yep, happened to me 🙃
Hey guy we have multiple openings for .net, php, react and angular. We are looking for immediate joining and this will be remote, full time. Send your resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org
Hello I'm currently a Consultant in my second year at Accenture. Prior to that I had 10 years in industry. I had an initial conversation with TCS regarding an Industry Advisor position. Second interview scheduled for this week. I currently have a comp of 120, told them I'd be looking at 160 which was not an issue.. With that said can anybody shed some insight on what the move to TCS would be as Industry Advisor from the consultant with Accenture? Is that a level between M and SM at Accenture?
Deloitte $148 K plus Bonus (based on company performance ) eligible for for merit hike in 2021 and AIP based on company performance no number defined in offer letter Amex $121K plus 12% bonus on base (which I will get in March2022) 2021 will be no merit hike and bonus will be not good this year.
I want to do strategy consulting on the side and serve prior clients (and net new clients) directly. How do you all think about pricing (and how much)? Hourly rate? By project? Something in between? One-man shop.
Partners, What is your opinion on GARP financial Risk Manager (FRM) certificate? I am considering taking it (as I am FS Risk Consulting), but I am not sure if it really carries benefits. Apparently it is quite a tough study. Is it worth the time or should I invest my time elsewhere? Suggestions on what to focus are greatly appreciated
What is your take on consultants being stuck on long projects? It’s like pulling teeth trying to roll off of some accounts. We never get a say in our extension. Will leadership address this?
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