Personal Financial Planner

April 18th, 2014 | La Grand 1520 Financial | 2 Comments »

I want a job in the business, and I like helping others. I also like organizing, filling out paperwork, and find out what is best to do with my money to make it last longer and keep as many as possible. Could be a Personal Financial Advisor / Financial Planner be a nice job for me? What is a day in the life? How many hours can I expect to work per week and will do the job is? Thank you very much for all your help. Well, I have the answer here. You will be a professional of the glorified sales. Initially you will work long hours and possibly even non-scheduled hours. (Very late at night, weekends) Once you build your practice, then you should be able to work less. This is a very interesting field. I supported two financial advisers in a bank. I left with a financial advisor who owned his own practice. Not recommended to me because of the crazy hours and no life. It is highly competitive, but the rewards can be there. If you want to take less risk, then enter banking or investments. Start there.

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Financial Services

April 17th, 2014 | La Grand 1520 Financial | No Comments »

What do you pay if you are employed? Can you make 8000 in a week. Basically … Financial services is any work invovled in money management, such as banking or investment. If you are a financial genius, I'm sure I could make 8K a week. . I am sure that some of the Wizards of Wall Street do much more than that. But judging by your question, you probably do not have much knowledge or experience in financial services, so it is safe to assume that you will not make any money that way anytime soon. How to get a job in the financial sector? Get an education first. Without a 4 year degree from college, you may get your foot in the door as a bank teller (I'm constantly surprised by how young most machines are these days) but without a college degree in finance, not no way that is going to work on Wall Street (except, perhaps, as a messenger). Good luck.

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Star Financial

April 17th, 2014 | La Grand 1520 Financial | No Comments »

I am 31 years old now. I have just a ph. D. Degree in computer science (not the best universities in the world). I found myself more interested in financial related things. I'm thinking of taking finaical MBA or related program. What program should I take? Please advise. After talking with others on the web, I found the answer. I have an MBA with a degree in accounting and economics. The MBA has been very helpful in my career. I have several friends who are in finance an MBA now because they have everything from biochemistry to Marketing degrees. Unless you want to be an accountant, CPA or financial advisor (in which case a degree in accounting or finance would be needed), then you will benefit more from an MBA.

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