I’m considering leaving PA for a senior accountant position at a Fortune 500 company. If I do this will I essentially kill my opportunities of getting into an M7 mba program? My original plan was to go audit->TAS->mba because m7 rarely takes you from audit. I’m also making peanuts rn and can make considerable more in a senior accountant position. Does my plan make sense?
Is a senior accountant really a dead end exit role? I feel like im learning very little in auditing:
What levels are there in the Industry Tax? Is there a staff below senior accountant role in Industry who would do almost all of the prep work and senior would spend time on reviewing like in PA?
What does a senior accountant in industry do? I’m familiar with the responsibilities in the senior role in public, but don’t really have a clue on the industry side what the job entails.
Moving from PA to Industry Tax at Senior Accountant role, should I expect to be preparing large spreadsheets? PA always has staff doing more prep work while senior taking care of review. Is it same in Industry?
I’ve been working in personal tax ever since joining a public firm. When I look at exit opportunities in industry, all of them required full cycle accounting. I’m interested in going the controller route (grow within a company kinda thing) so I looked at my network and connected with a smaller public accounting firm where I could work as a senior accountant doing reviews and NTRs. Would this experience get me full cycle accounting knowledge?
if I go onto internal audit at a fortune 500 company, a role that also looks at operations not just controls, what kind of options will that give me going forward compared to a senior accountant role
Pros and cons of being paid hourly instead of pay being salary? Also thoughts on a senior accountant role at a consulting firm that pays $35-$40 per hour? Trying to decide if it’s worth it
Staff 2 here, in the process of job searching for a possible role as a senior accountant in industry. What kind of pay raise should I expect? 15%?
Newly promoted Manager IT audit exit - would you take a senior accountant position (salary decrease but long term career change) or a manager of IA position (salary increase)?
New opportunity in private. If you are looking to transition to private in Philadelphia area- please check out LinkedIn posting at Dechert for a Senior Accountant position in Financial Reporting team.
What’s a better exit opportunity? Senior internal audit or Senior accountant? Also I currently make $70k all in, is a jump to $90k enough of a jump? Currently an A3 in big 4.
Rank the below PA exit ops from best to worse: A. Internal Audit B. Senior Accountant C. Financial Analyst
Thoughts on moving from international tax to senior accountant? Easy transition? Could eventually move to an role in finance department?
Is being a senior accountant in industry repetitive and boring? I feel like I can change what I’m doing every day if I want in PA, so I’m a little nervous about taking a SA position in industry.
What's a more interesting role to go into after PA, senior reporting analyst or senior accountant? Which is better for overall career progression?
Back office of a hedge fund? Senior accountant role reporting to controller. Will be leading other staff. Thoughts? Worried about repetitiveness month over month
Applied for a senior accountant role that is at a company on the other side of the country. VP of Finance emails saying just “would love to hop on a call with you. “ What should I expect/prepare for?
Public accounting isn't for me. Staff 2, just got offered a Senior Accountant role in industry with ~20% bump plus 2.5% bonus. Should I jump ship, or wait for greener pastures?
What are the typical exit ops for a newly promoted senior? Senior accountant or accounting manager?
Thoughts on taking a senior accountant - financial reporting position? Does it still give you long term growth potential?
Just entered my staff 2 year this summer. A large (private) client just reached out thru a recruiter to offer me a senior accountant position.
3rd year looking to switch into industry. Right off the bat got asked if I wanted senior accountant role requiring a lot of technical knowledge. I feel like I'm under qualified.
Exit title opportunities at senior and manager level (regional public)? Looking around it seems like internal audit, senior accountant, assistant controller or controller are pretty much the options?
What salary range should I be looking at for a senior accountant position in austin? I have 4 years experience but don't know what I'm worth here
I have been looking for senior accountant position. I've applied for a few but no luck. I'm a second year looking on leaving within the next month. Any advice? Also, I've looked into financial analyst
Accepted a job in industry Senior Accountant position over 15% salary bump with 10 bonus excellent work life balance and personal workout trainer once a week gym in office😁🙌🏽 #SoLongPublic
Folks who’ve staid at your respective firms for 5+ years, do you feel at home? Curious if your network at this point provides a sense of comfort and belonging.
Anyone care to share their salaries for CIO senior associates ? Or the salary band if they know it. Thanks !
Any ideas on how it would play out if I take a new job and ask my current employer to work part time/freelance for them? My current role has flexible hours overlap would not be an issue.
Leadership Intent vs Duplicity? I’m attending the internal Resilience webinar. I have a couple serious questions: 1. We are being told to block our time, control our calendars. How many people feel psychologically safe in doing this? 2. We are being told to turn off our email and messaging during times where we need to be in flow, aka heads-down, and turn-off notifications. How many people fee psychologically safe to do this?
Why are men more sensitive than women? (Is it because they don’t have a strong support system to talk feelings, society pressures, or women are always criticized so they are immune)? Curious 🤷🏻♀️
Has anyone left for a sales role or know someone who has? Any ideas on what types of companies or positions to pursue?
Advice for advocating for yourself for more money? I’m a SC who specializes in ML and cloud and recently got asked to interview at Amazon for 30% more base. Am I crazy to tell a PPMD that in hopes of getting more $?
I know people tend to be proud of wearing multiple hats here. But if your hat is grass-made, don’t pretend it’s golden.
My partner and I are thinking of moving from NYC to the West Coast to either San Diego, LA, or Seattle. FWIW, I work in tax for a Big 4 firm. I have a few questions for my fellow 🐠: 1) has anyone else done such a move recently? If so, how did it work out for you? 2) when lining up jobs, did you apply directly to companies or work with recruiters? How did you find and connect with recruiters from across the US? 3) were you able to get relocation assistance? 4) how much did it cost to move?
Did anyone file an appeal to their VA disability? My VSO is swamped with multiple requests and not enough time (I heard they’re basically furloughed, only working one day a week). I basically want to provide additional evidence from the VA hospital and outside providers.
Ladies, anyone helped build up a man and it ended up being successful? All I’ve heard is horror stories. Please share your stories good or bad. There’s a saying that some women love a project...
Anyone successfully following a prepared meal plan like Freshly where you just peel off a film and eat your dinners all week? Does it have a real health benefit or help lose weight?
Man, I miss client travel 😞. Kinda enjoyed those weeks when work was calm and you could just grab a 6 pack and pick random delivery items without responsibilities.