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Private In-Home and Online Finance Tutoring in Omaha, NE

Receive personally tailored Finance lessons from exceptional tutors in a one-on-one setting. We help you connect with in-home and online tutoring that offers flexible scheduling and your choice of locations.

How can Finance tutoring help you succeed?

Finance is a subject that affects everyone, every day. You or your company face financing and investment decisions, take on credit debt, or simply need to budget your monthly spending so that it does not exceed your monthly income. These are basic situations for individuals and companies everywhere, and having a firm foundation in finance could potentially help with understanding these skills and even go deeper into understanding our country and many of our laws. But finance is not the easiest class to understand. A one-on-one tutor may try to help you in your course so that you completely understand all the subjects being discussed. The educational directors at Varsity Tutors are experienced at connecting students in Omaha, NE, with finance tutors.

Unlike a classroom teacher, a tutor may meet you where and when it is convenient for you. This might be at the library on campus, or your favorite coffee shop, or possibly in your home. You may have such a busy schedule that you would benefit from face-to-face online sessions through our live learning platform over the Internet, so you may study wherever you happen to be when the time comes. Our educational directors may help you find a professional finance tutor in Omaha, NE, who may cater to your every need. This also includes the process of matching you with a tutor. We may take a profile of your needs, strengths and weaknesses, goals, learning style, and even personality, and match you with the one tutor who is perfect for you.

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Session Summaries by Finance Tutors

Finance Tutoring review by Cortland in Omaha, NE
In today's session, the student and I began lesson 7 of his course, which covers chapters 16 and 17 of his textbook. Chapter 16.1 introduces the change in the size of government overtime. This section focused on the major components of government spending, including increased spending/ government size related to the increased demand for government services (i.e. public works projects, Medicare, etc.). The student seemed to have some familiarity with these new concepts. Extra practice was to reread notes and the text. We also covered section 16.2, which covers the major functions of government (providing public goods, redistributing income, regulating economic activity, and ensuring economic stability).
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Finance Tutoring review by Elnora in Omaha, NE
Today, the student and I reviewed notes covering concepts pertaining to activity based costing. Through a series of examples, we discussed the premise behind activity based costing and the process (including the variety of cost pools/drivers), how it differs from traditional based costing, why management may not have confidence in a "basic" or traditional method, the advantages of ABC, and why this option may not be used by an organization (e.g. costs>benefits due to one or two product or other limitations). We also reviewed another example of service based overhead allocation and the potential use of step-down and reciprocal-services methods of allocation. Finally, we reviewed a problem that also involved the calculation and comparison of the two methods.
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Finance Tutoring review by Andria in Omaha, NE
Today we covered economic rents, calculating profits, shutdown decisions, returns to scale, brand equity, brand loyalty, rent seeking, calculating price elasticity of demand, and interpreting cross price elasticity of demand.
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Finance Tutoring review by Jonathan in Omaha, NE
The student and I worked on material for his upcoming test. We went over the multiple choice from his last test that included material on tax, tax burdens, deadweight loss, consumer and producer surplus, and externalities. I feel like he has a much better understanding of the material on this test than he exhibited on it. We are working on cutting down on mental errors and also on understanding the basic graphical concepts and exemplars that will help him master his final. We are going to meet again on Saturday to continue working on this material.
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Finance Tutoring review by John in Omaha, NE
The student and I went over a couple of diagrams that are key to his further understanding of the material (on "price-taking" vs. "price-seeking" firms), and we started in working on Chapters 9 and 10 of his textbook. We will start in tomorrow with problem sets and revisiting his exams.
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Finance Tutoring review by Ben in Omaha, NE
We covered the income and substitution effects. The student was struggling most with the substitution effect. She seemed unsure of the material at first, but was confident by the end of the session. I encouraged her to seek out extra problems. We were able to achieve a major breakthrough with regards to how subsidies can increase utility by achieving a higher indifference curve. She achieved a perfect score on her last in class quiz and seems to be satisfied with her progress.
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