How much math is involved? Would it be tough with a non math intensive undergrad?1 AnswerHigher Education (University +)8 years ago
What type would be the best in order to decrease liability but without sacrificing too much tax wise.1 AnswerCorporations8 years ago
To start/run a small mutual or hedge fund?1 AnswerSmall Business8 years ago
I know you have to be 18 but is that the only requirement?2 AnswersInvesting8 years ago
For this purpose, assume the same job outlook (I know they are different). Statistically lawyers make more money in general than financial advisors, but what do you think seems more rewarding. Basically, if all external factors were the same, which would be a better career?3 AnswersFinancial Services8 years ago
In my opinion you should just get it over with. However, at a lot of law schools, especially top schools like Stanford, the majority of students take two or three years off. What do they do between that?2 AnswersHigher Education (University +)8 years ago
Is becoming a Financial Advisor a reasonable goal with a double major in International Relations and Political Science, or Political Science/I.R. and Psychology? I understand that a specific degree isn't necessary but will these look decent on a resume?
How does it work? Can private firms sell products from any company (Prudential Investments, Fidelity, etc...) or do the HAVE to partner with one company. Do all firms, or most, sell insurance products as well?