I've just changed job. I'd like to transfer my previous pension ccheme to my new company's pension scheme.
I am required to contact a Independent Financial Advisor (IFA). How much does it cost to me? Can I do it without his advice?
I'm currently an undergraduate and I just recently took up a job as an Independant Financial Advisor. The pay is based on the clients and I wonder since a degree is not necessarily a prerequisite for IFA position, am i making a correct decision? I'm good with people and numbers as well but I wonder if this is a good move. I don't like desk jobs and office jobs but I like the stable pay. This job has unstable pay
What area of work to gain the expertise into becoming a financial advisor and business Analysis?
I want to becoming a financial Advisor and my friend wants to become a Business Analysis. Both of us already have a Finance degree and will be working on our MBA's next year.
As a Financial Advisor at Ameriprise, you receive commission paid salary, rather than base salary. How much taxes do they take away from you? Or is it even taxed differently? I live in Virginia, in the DC/Metro area.
Any info would help. Thanks!
I have been on many websites. I feel I would be good at this as I am always giving sound financial advice to other people. I would also love to give advice on getting people out of debt. Where do I train to do that?
I've never bought shares before, never even thought about it before. I don't have an accountant or a financial adviser, but I'm thinking I would like to buy a couple in a growing company (would rather not say which one). Where do I even begin to do such a thing? I confess I really have no idea, so non-snarky answers would be appreciated. Thanks.
I would like to become an IFA. How do I qualify and what is the name of the authority that sets the exams and gives the qualifications?
I have a economics background and would like to get into financial services.
can anyone shed some light
I'm very interested in investing. I have started to do some homework on it and in recent days have spoken to an edward jones representative. I plan to invest in mutual funds. With that being said, I am learning about the biggest con(pros and cons) of mutual funds which are the costs. Should I get a financial advisor and add on even more costs? I will let you know I am learning but still very clueless about investing. What should I do?
When I ask this question i mean I know you have like the advisers and cashiers at the ground floor. I mean jobs up the stairs ie the first floor such as office work. What types of roles are available and are they available in all cities.
The roles which I am looking for are roles which do not need a degree.
I work 8-5 Monday through Friday as an Accountant for an organization. I am always giving financial advice. My wife thinks that I should try giving financial advice as a part-time job. What I would like to know is what it takes to do that? Is it worth it? And any advice on how to get started.
I have a bachelor's degree in Finance and an MBA. I get a lot of my knowledge from reading books, magazines, and the Wall St. Journal.
Thanks for your help.
I'm confused on the whole grant thing, I need to go to college this year and haven't sent anything out yet. My teacher said i'm not behind with that though. I dont have a job right now but im planning to get one very soon, im done with highschool and I live with my parents. I really need to move out though but I dont know if theres some type of program or something that gives you money to help you live on? I have someone I can split the costs with already. Also, when I apply for a grant, do they need to know my parents income? Do they go by that to see how much money they can give you? But what if you're parents wont help you out with college? Thanks
I have a friend who wants to acquire life insurance to provide for his family after he passes. He has always been a hard worker and good provider. However his various jobs never offered life insurance nor health care. He feels he won't be around much longer and is worried for his loved ones. Is there a way he can obtain insurance at this advanced state?
My partner and I are looking for a mortgage lender. We are 1st time buyers in England(midlands). We would prefer a 100?ortgage but my partner has CCJs(they are all paid off)and I currently don't work. We have looked into different mortgages but can only get around £75000 and would also need a deposit. This is a problem because all the suitable houses are over £100000 and also, because we have quite a high rent, there is no way we can afford a deposit. Does anyone have any ideas of where to look?
My partner has a good, well paid and secure job.
we do have credit unions but I am not sure how good they are. I think they are more for people on social security and stuff like that. I will try them though.
I have a full time job but would like to gain experience and to a lesser extent earn supplemental income by producing for an independent agency with spare time after work and on weekends. Is that a common thing? My thoughts are that if I am on commission only it would not matter how much or little I am producing.
I'm a senior in college and majoring in English. Specifically, I would like to go into Publishing, and if possible, more of the marketing side to things. I would love to be the one who travels around the country to different bookstores informing the owners which books they should currently be investing in. I have no idea what you would call a position like that! Book marketing? Market publishing? I ask because I am looking for a new job and writing emails explaining what I'm planning to do with my life after college.
Any help, would be awesome. Thanks!
I'm asking because I'm getting surgery. I have a physical job and would like to just take a year to not work and just concentrate on finishing my bachelors degree. But is it possible to live off student loans?
I start hating a job after sometime like after 3-4 months but the initial phase is really good for everyone. I am 21 years old and already have 2 years exp in 6 companies in 3 fileds. I have worked as an Insurance Advisor, Online Maths teacher and now currently working in DELL tech support. What should i do plz suggest...
This fall semester I will be attending school full time and I dont have the time to work. I have been considered for a grant but I have to attend school FULL time in order to keep it. I currently have a infant son who will require childcare but I dont have the money to cover it.
So my question is, does financial aid (grants) cover childcare expenses or will I need to somehow get a part time job?
I am an independent...
Is it too late in life to get one?Do I bother getting a private one out? Im now thinking about when I get to 60. The job I do have never had a pension sheme for employees.
Ive had one of Lauras comments before. She doesnt take Yahoo answers seriously.