I took an internal role for the past ~2 years, and realized that the work that I was doing before is a better fit for me than my current role. Have people done the switch BACK to client work?
Has anyone in here switched from audit to tax? I have already discussed the possible switch with my director. I am currently a first year PCS assurance associate. What made you want to switch?
Do you have to have a JD/LLM to be an expert in private clients (estate, trust, wealth transfer planning)?
I always make stupid mistakes or do a poorer job when I work with particular partners. I think it's because they make me more stressed. How do I overcome this barrier?
Under the CARES Act, is the NOL carryback and 163(j) 50% limit required or elective? Asking because acquirers may be required to spend $ amending pre-closing TR only to have refund go to Sellers.
https://open.spotify.com/episode/63M1wLmqe2kztPaS5Hkea6?si=yAedtlLcTgWV6hsk4CDkQA The accounting world should have a listen.
So... That new bill isn't only extending our busy season, but it's creating more work for us too (amended, superseded returns, NOL carrybacks, etc.). What a great time to be a tax accountant!!!
So...it's busy season and on top of that, my wife of 10+ years is divorcing me causing stress levels to be astronomically high, plus dealing with this beer virus fiasco and the tanking economy, and...
Anyone else feeling grateful to be in public right now? So many industries are going to be hit so hard...
When this is all over, we are throwing the biggest St.Patrick's Easter de Mayo of July party anyone's ever seen
Marks Paneth use to give over time after giving 100 hours. As of yesterday, they cut it because of the market. I understand they are scared clients might not be able to pay.. should I stay afer busy
My firm pays staff & seniors hourly, with 1.5x pay for overtime. Firm just cut our hours from the normal 58-60 down to 40 a week for the foreseeable future. Should I be concerned about layoffs?