Articles under “Career advice”

Career choices can have a significant impact on your your long-term wealth. These posts advise young professionals on how to think through critical career decisions.

How Do You Recognize a Sinking Ship?

Kenny Rogers probably didn’t realize his now famous lyrics “You’ve got to know when to hold ‘em. Know when to fold ‘em.” was also outstanding career advice.

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How New College Grads Should Approach Stock Compensation

Editor’s note: Interested in learning more about equity compensation, the best time to exercise options, and the right company stock selling strategies? Read our Guide to Equity & IPOs Over the past two years we have written numerous posts to help you evaluate job offers that include stock options or Restricted Stock Units (RSUs).

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Demystifying Venture Capital Economics, Part 3

The funding of almost every new and successful technology market can, to the uninitiated, have the appearance of a financial bubble. A tsunami of venture capital flows into hot new markets at what appear to be ridiculous prices.

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Optimizing Your MBA Financial Plan

In our recent post, “Should You Get an MBA,” we reviewed the main funding sources available to pay for a degree. With this post we present some ideas for you to optimize your finances after you have made the decision to get an MBA.

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