Chances of getting approved for Chase Sapphire Preferred?

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whit
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Postby whit » Thu Mar 06, 2014 8:36 pm

I've seen what traders make that work at GS, if it makes you feel better there are different tiers and some of the more well established ones, pay more in taxes then he makes in a year plus bonuses (unless that adds up to more then 200k)


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Postby KanyeWest » Thu Mar 06, 2014 9:24 pm

otter wrote:Sorry, perhaps I'm being a little quick to "bite the newbie" but it seems really ironic that someone who could be "booksmart" enough to get an MBA from Harvard Business and get a job with Goldman Sachs could be so clueless when it comes to personal finance.



I said earlier, I made mistakes with my personal finances in the past. I owned up to it and trying to make better of a situation thats improving every day.

What prompts you to be so judgmental and condescending? I find it ironic that you're an active member of an online community whose main objective arguably is to help others.

You see I can do it too :)

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Postby KanyeWest » Thu Mar 06, 2014 9:28 pm

whit wrote:I've seen what traders make that work at GS, if it makes you feel better there are different tiers and some of the more well established ones, pay more in taxes then he makes in a year plus bonuses (unless that adds up to more then 200k)


I'm not a trader at GS. I work in Investment Banking; Totally different scope of high finance.

And yes, I am familiar with people who end up paying more in taxes than they make in salary in a year. I know some people who even get taxed 37% in taxes after bonus :(

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Postby linuxmachine » Sat Mar 08, 2014 12:21 am

Don't look now, but looks like CSP fees are going up. Good luck when you do qualify. Hopefully it's not at 150....

Although I have to admit... still better than all the amex charge cards besides the Plat...

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Postby KanyeWest » Mon Mar 10, 2014 10:05 pm

linuxmachine wrote:Don't look now, but looks like CSP fees are going up. Good luck when you do qualify. Hopefully it's not at 150....

Although I have to admit... still better than all the amex charge cards besides the Plat...


Don't think I'll be able to apply and get approved for the CSP card for awhile. I need to wait at least 6 months and wait for my scores to go back up.



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