- Is Amazon offering mega backdoor for their 401K Former Amazonian here - just read through the pamphlet of transitioning from Vanguard to Fidelity, did i read it right that Amazon is finally offering mega backdoor?
- 900k (illiquid) TC but severely burned out Joined an early stage startup a few years ago when it was 20 employees and the business has been doing well with 300 employees now and valued at 500M. But I’m super burned out and there’s no way to fix it, no changing team, nothing else. I dread going into work every single day and am depressed all
- Investment advice Noob investor here. Did some reading and dollar cost averaging over index funds seems like a good starting point. Some colleagues recommended Robo advisors (like Betterment etc.) that maintain a diversified portfolio and provide other services like tax loss harvesting, for a fee (0.25% + ETF expense
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- Robinhood vs Vanguard for investing in index funds Hi, I am a new grad, & exploring a bit on investing in index funds. I want to get started but Vanguard doesn’t let F1 Visa holders(Non resident aliens) open an account. But I see that I can invest in Vanguard indexes using Robinhod. Is there any difference in their offerings, or am I missing som
- Worth switching to FAANG for less comp? Hello Blind, I am severely burned out and depressed by my current job situation, so I hope I could get some wise advice. I have 8yoe and I was an early employee at a startup that is growing quite well. As a result, my compensation is significantly high due to valuation increase, and I am currently
- 401k cutting out the middleman My company does it's 401k through Human Interest, which charges 0.5% management fee on the portfolio. I think that's ridiculous considering they offer a limited subset of securities you could buy anyways on your own. Does anyone know if it's possible to short out the middleman and go straight to fu
- Should I accept this offer? I was just recently offered a position of Software Engineer with the Yahoo Mail team doing Android development in Kotlin in Sunnyvale, CA. And I’m slated to start in early January. Today is actually the last day for me to accept it as I was given the official offer two days ago and they said it expi
- Opinion on better index fund for 401K After reading Tony Robbin’s Money Master the game book. I started regretting investing in high expense Mutual funds under my 401K plan. My employer’s 401K plan offers around 15 funds and the following two looks promising both in expense ratio/other fees vs performance since inception. Vanguard Inst
- life @Vanguard Malvern PA Position : Software Engineer. I’am currently working as SE at CapitalOne VA and looking for a change. Got an offer in Vanguard, Malvern PA. How is the work culture ? I have an option to join as contractor or as an associate. what would be the best option ? any suggestions?
- Complete failure at DP I’m getting incredibly depressed. I work at a startup where I make reasonable money (330k TC plus some illiquid equity that will hopefully become worth something one day) and I have 8 yoe, but I’m completely burned out and would like to leave for a better opportunity. Net worth is 1.2M all liquid at
- Got a windfall: where to invest? Managed to sell a small portion of my startup equity and have made 1M cash, which will be taxed at long term capital gain. Where should I put the after tax money to diversify? My current net worth not considering this sale is 800k split in vanguard funds and bonds 80/20. I also have a 3% stake in c
- Vanguard vs Robo-Advisors I was a happy Vanguard user for years, then jumped Betterment a couple of years ago. Now, I’m having reservations. Other than Tax Loss Harvesting, I can’t see how Betterment is better. I can’t see how Wealthfront is any better either. Am I missing something? The main thing the Robo-Advisors seem to
- 300k CAD, Invest in Home or Wait, Help! TC: 200 CAD, YOE - 3.5 Saved approximately, 300k CAD so far, = Breakdown:- 120K invested in FANG stocks, 45k Invested in Vanguard High Growth / High Risk mutual funds Rest is Cash ( I know - big cash to offset high risk investment?? ) Married, 31, Planning first kid next year, sole earner,
- VAN IS S&P 500 IDX TR vs VTI Fidelity offers a new (as of 2016) index fund, the Vanguard Institutional S&P Index Tracker. It appears almost identical to VTI. I could invest in VTI instead via BrokerageLink. Any reason to prefer one over the other, other than the fact that VTI has been around much longer? VTI expense is 0.04% w
- Vanguard ETF: BND, VTI, VXUS What makes these so attractive? I see a lot of Blinders recommend them. I am quite convinced with the numbers, but want to hear more opinions. I like First Trust Internet ETF (FDN) myself. Also I use * Stash (I will bail next year to avoid paying monthly fee and for better features) * Robinhood (
- vote Schwab vs. Fidelity I’m looking for a brokerage to do free trades of any stock or ETF in a Roth IRA account. So all that I care about is: - should provide Roth IRA account - free trades of any stock, ETF - high yield money market funds with low expense ratio where I can park cash I do not care about the brokerage’s in
- link Fidelity announced zero expense ratio Index Funds Can it get any better? Any drawbacks with these funds? https://www.cnbc.com/2018/08/01/fidelity-one-ups-vanguard-first-company-to-offer-no-fee-index-fund.html