Stewart Ongchin spent 25 years at Intel in various areas from manufacturing to technology development to most recently in the business unit as a technical program manager. He has an B.S. in Material Science and Engineering from Cornell University and an M.S and MBA from MIT. After retiring at age 46, Stewart enjoys pursuing his passions, other various activities (cooking, mountain biking, exercise classes, and hiking) and spending time with his wife and 2 kids, ages 12 and 14, who keep him busy.
Session: Financial Planning Best Practices
In this simple talk, Stewart will teach you about the 3 financial basics (investment returns by asset class, compound interest, and the Rule of 72), the different phases of the net worth life cycle, and many other things to consider along your financial planning journey.
With humor and anecdotes about missteps along his own journey, Stewart will introduce you to key ideas that will help you build your own financial independence.