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Any idea how far below street the bonus is? Also...Any idea how far below street the bonus is? Also, any additional comp for San Francisco over Richmond? 7 years 8 months
Any idea on compensation? Comparable to bulge?Any idea on compensation? Comparable to bulge? 7 years 8 months
Respected research guys, small banking group....Respected research guys, small banking group. Pay is comparable with Street. 8 years 10 months
Agree 100%. You can go back for an MBA after...Agree 100%. You can go back for an MBA after only a year and be in line for an Associate role. (Others may disagree but I have seen many examples of this. Not just superstars either) 8 years 11 months
Exactly what you've been told. Or focus on small...Exactly what you've been told. Or focus on small shops 8 years 11 months
Depends on the bank. (Same can be said for most...Depends on the bank. (Same can be said for most schools) 9 years 2 weeks
JK Lasser has a decent book, and I've also read...JK Lasser has a decent book, and I've also read CNN and MSN Money articles over the years that have some ideas. Best advice is to talk to any friend or colleague that is in the business. I worked in a tax firm while in undergrad and got all my ideas there. 9 years 2 weeks
Mis Ind: Bonuses tend to be taxed a flat 40%-47...[quote=Mis Ind] Bonuses tend to be taxed a flat 40%-47%, depending on what code it falls under and where you live. You do not get $150k to spend as you please when you're an analyst. It's a LOT closer to $80k. [/quote] You are mistaken about taxes, as the previous poster noted. Bonuses... 9 years 2 weeks
IndianaIndiana 9 years 2 months
aspiringmonkey: if you are not from a target...[quote=aspiringmonkey]if you are not from a target school then yes, 3.5 is the cut off.[/quote] Not true 9 years 2 months
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