9 Finance Tutors Found Near Chicago, IL



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Jim G.

Finance Tutor

Chicago, IL 60657

Will travel 10 miles

$50 per hour.

5.0 1 ratings

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MBA/Economics educated, former investment banker

I'm currently working in the healthcare real estate field but have been active with 1871 and the Chicago startup community with a focus on Fintech. I have been a tutor in some areas of economics and was a former finance TA at my MBA program at Emory. I've successfully passed the exam twice, both in New York (after formal training) and Chicago (after a few hours of online practice). My colleagues would challenge each other to pass the exam with the minimum amount of preparation. I've w... [more]


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Cliff C.

Finance Tutor

Chicago, IL 60640

Will travel 25 miles

$70 per hour.

4.9 404 ratings

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Finance, Accounting, Statistics, CFA

I've experience in all areas of finance, including project finance (scenario analysis), M&A transaction work, basic college/MBA finance coursework, all major standardized tests (CFP, CFA, CAIA), executing private equity transactions, modeling LBOs/debt/equity recapitalizations, long/short hedge fund, and some cap structure arbitrage. WHAT I DO: I tutor MBA/undergrads, corporate executives, and CFA candidates. I cover finance, accounting, the CFA exam material, statistics, excel modeling, and other related areas. I have also covered FAR material on the CPA. On a referral basis, I have worke [more]


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Robert B.

Finance Tutor

Chicago, IL 60611

Will travel 5 miles

$65 per hour.

4.95 587 ratings

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INTRO CORP FINANCE/INVESTMENT'S TUTOR w/patient and creative approach

I am a former 17-Year Lecturer in Finance--University of Illinois at Chicago, Northwestern, and DePaul--and taught approximately 3000 students over that period. I have an MBA in Finance with a ton of accounting from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. Drawing on my background below I specialize in tutoring undergrad introductory classes in corporate finance, investments, and nonprofit finance. I am a former 17-Year Lecturer in Finance--University of Illinois at Chicago, Northwestern, and DePaul--and taught approximately 3000 students over that period. I have an MBA in Finance [more]


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Margo D.

Finance Tutor

Chicago, IL 60613

Will travel 4 miles

$90 per hour.

4.92 315 ratings

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Duke MBA specializing in Undergrad/MBA Courses and Executive Coaching

I am a collaborative, results-focused coach specializing in undergraduate and MBA business coursework, especially the math-heavy subjects such as Economics, Accounting, Statistics, Marketing, and those which require knowledge of Excel, SPSS, Tableau, or other analytics software packages. I also offer career coaching and teach high-level executive communications. Recently authored and published a new book which outlines flexible strategies for solving tough Word Problems found on the various ... [more]


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William A.

Finance Tutor

Chicago, IL 60615

Will travel 40 miles

$65 per hour.

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PhD in Statistics: help with homeworks, exams and research

My involvement in statistics, stochastic processes and finance spans 20 years. In addition to receiving a PhD in Statistics and masters in Finance from Harvard, I have spent more than 10 years on getting relevant teaching, tutoring and industry experience. Nowadays, I like keeping tutoring as the secondary source of income. Also, I get to work on interesting projects from time to time. I cater to all audiences, from high school students to start-ups and hedge funds. A good 70%-80% of my clie... [more]


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Jeremy A.

Finance Tutor

Chicago, IL 60610

Will travel 5 miles

$10 per hour.

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Finance, Business, Excel. CFA, CAIA, FRM

I have an undergraduate finance degree and minor in marketing from Miami University, and I currently work as a fixed income analyst at an institutional financial consulting firm, analyzing hedge funds for client use. I have tutored finance, investments, statistics, and business to graduate-level students. I bring both advanced teaching skills and real world career experience to motivate the learning process. I have seven years of professional experience. I have passed all three levels of the... [more]


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Josh K.

Finance Tutor

Evanston, IL 60201

Will travel 40 miles

$55 per hour.

4.97 76 ratings

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Economics, Math and Science Tutor

I am a current graduate student at Northwestern University and a relatively recent University of Michigan graduate that studied Economics and Biochemistry. During my time at Michigan, I tutored varsity athletes in Economics classes ranging from introductory to advanced courses. In addition, I also tutored students in Statistics and other math courses. I find tutoring to be extremely enjoyable and like providing help to students in their wide array of studies. My goal is to be an adjunct pro... [more]


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Matt C.

Finance Tutor

Chicago, IL 60613

Will travel 5 miles

$55 per hour.

5.0 3 ratings

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Accounting, Legal, and Tax Specialist

During my 9-5 my legal practice focuses on federal and tax controversy, tax consulting, estate planning, estate and trust administration, real estate, and general business law. I represent closely held businesses and individuals in federal and state tax disputes including sales tax audits, appeals, penalty abatements, Offers in Compromise, and payment plans. My career began with KPMG as a tax specialist and is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA). Prior to my legal career, I was employed by... [more]


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Robert B.

Finance Tutor

Chicago, IL 60626

Will travel 10 miles

$50 per hour.

4.69 78 ratings

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Math, Science, and Test Preparation

I have a Master's Degree from Northwestern University and am highly experienced in tutoring all business-related areas, including accounting, finance, micro- and macro-economics, management science, business calculus, statistics, and econometrics. As a teaching assistant in graduate school, I discovered that I had a real knack (and, indeed, love) for explaining; I became popular with the students in my sections because of my clear, insightful presentations and lively style of teaching. Many would come to my office outside of class for extra help, and it became somewhat of a "hobby" for me to p [more]