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Secret to Negotiating a Raise—Sarang Ahuja

The Secret to Negotiating a Raise

Talking about compensation with your boss can be a hard subject to broach. Because of this, many don’t know how to properly negotiate when it comes to talking about money, especially when the prospect of a raise is on the table. As yearly reviews come and go, many employees will consider entering into a conversation […]

Talking to your Kids about Finance—Sarang Ahuja

Talking to Your Kids About Finance

It can be tough to broach the subject of money with kids. After all, they likely haven’t had a real job or had to worry about their own finances early on in their lives. For children, adults appear to have their finances figured out, with magical credit cards that allow them to pay for everything […]

Tips and Tricks to make extra cash—Sarang Ahuja

Tips and Tricks to Make Extra Cash

Saving, despite its plentiful benefits, can sometimes only do so much. In every individual’s life, there is a point when they decide that it’s about time that they made more money. Maybe it was the first time they mowed neighborhood lawns, or took a paper route, or even fought for a raise. There’s a lesson […]

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Financial Recovery—Acknowledging Your Money Missteps

When it comes to personal finance, it can be easy to continue spending on something that offers you little to no value with a disproportionate level of attachment due to resources you’ve already expended. This is known as the sunk cost fallacy and can cause individuals to act against their best interests and spend more […]

A Little Something on the Side

A Little Something on the Side: Getting Started with a Side Job

The dynamic of labor in the United States has changed over the past decade. The long-held institution of the 9-5 job is crumbling in the face of a difficult job market and the increasing interconnectedness of technology. Because of this, individuals are opting to take on smaller part time jobs, sometimes to supplement an existing […]

Personal Finance for Children

It has long been discussed at what age people should start learning how to manage personal finance. It was only recently that some high schools began to require personal finance courses for graduation. Also, of course, there is the ever-popular list circulating the internet stating ‘Things I Never Learned in High School,’ most of which […]

Tech Start-Ups in a Cyclical Market

A recent article in the New York Times ends with the following quote from Bill Gurley, a prominent venture capitalist, regarding current tech start-ups. “Lots of founders today weren’t around in 1999, and they don’t know a thing about financial markets beyond what’s happened in the last 24 months…. To them that’s how this game […]

Market Tumultuous To Say The Least

The big story today in all of the financial papers, on all of the financial sites, and on all of the financial news shows is, of course, about the market correction and its causes. Reactions have ranged from “Hey everyone, let’s not panic,” to “Prepare for Armageddon.” And interestingly, the movement of the market represented […]

Investors Aren’t Happy About the Samsung Merger

In late May, Samsung proposed an $8 billion merger of two company affiliates: Samsung C&T and Cheil Industries. The proposition is scheduled to go to a shareholder vote on July 17, but investors are heavily criticising the deal. Shareholders are suspicious of transactions between affiliates, as these kinds of deals often benefit insiders at the […]

Potential Acquisition of Broadcom by Avago

Avago Technologies, a chip maker for wireless communications and corporate data storage devices is in advanced talks to purchase Broadcom Corp., one of their competitors, in a potential $35 billion deal. This follows the current trend in this market, which is currently rife with takeovers. These talks also come during a time when large chip […]

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