Articles under “career planning”

The 15 Crucial Questions About Stock Options

Any Wealthfront client who has used our automated financial planning service knows that nothing impacts your financial lifestyle more than owning equity in a successful company. Unfortunately, most people really don’t know how to evaluate the equity portion of their job offer.

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How New College Grads Should Approach Stock Compensation

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). We assumed in all our posts that job seekers were evaluating offers from companies at a similar level of maturity.

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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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Steve Blank on “Should I Get an MBA?”

Editor’s Note: I came across this post by Silicon Valley veteran entrepreneur, noted author and lecturer Steve Blank while updating last week’s post on the same subject. It offers perspectives that will resonate with many among our readership who might be considering an MBA.

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