Experience with having a creative partner of the opposite sex? Yes, yes I know it’s 2018 and all that — I’ve just never been in the position and am curious. Any pitfalls to watch out for? Benefits? 🤷‍♂️

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Folks used to drool a bit over the financials of becoming a partner at a big 4 because when they retire they get a partner pension that will pay them 200-300 k per year. True? Correct numbers?

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What happens to partner buy in capital upon retirement from big 4. Is it paid out, rolled into pension, or kept by the firm?

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