So I received an offer that is +45k putting my total salary at 170 as a senior and I tried counter offering but my partner said to me that money will always be there but that I can’t buy connections and growth. I don’t understand the mindset behind this? Isn’t more money today worth more than more money tomorrow?
Have anyone been low balled when they joined a consulting firm? If yes, how did you go about fixing the gap in salary? I think I was low balled as a senior consultant and there was a gap of about 20-25% when I was made the offer. I was naive and did not negotiate - still living with the consequences.
I am in between two exist opportunities. One at amazon as finance manager and one at Microsoft as senior finance manager. Beside compensation, what is your thought and advice? Thanks!
One of my senior managers told me, her starting salary was 58k back in 2006. How is it staff are only making 60k now.. that doesn’t even allow for inflation!
Looking for some advice on an exit opportunity - Current role - 1 year post-MBA at a T2 strategy firm making $148 Potential role - senior level role at a small healthcare company at $265 + equity Seems like a slam dunk, but is moving to a company that isn’t well known going to harm me in the long run? Should I wait for a F500 role that is lower title / comp but better name recognition? Should I wait until I’m manager? Having a hard time with this from a long term view vs short term
Is it stupid to take a pay cut when leaving consulting? I have an offer for an industry senior manager that is ~5k under my total comp but has a ton less stress/hours. (MBB EM)
Just found out I was promoted to Senior Manager (People Advisory Services) Salary is $155k. Anyone else think that sounds low?
Senior Creatives and CDs, what’s your salary and title? And city too. The more we know, the more we can look after ourselves.
Recently got offered a tech company senior accountant opportunity in the Bay Area. Total comp comes down to $135k base and $25k equity. Is it worth to make the jump, or should I wait until making manager? 4.5 years PA experience here.
Would you take an exit opportunity for 30k more + 20% bonus eligibility at senior or wait til M and then exit?
Offered a senior Analytics role at a privately held PBM. Total comp is $350k with bonus. However, the brand name is basically unknown. If I’m still early-ish career, is this a good move?
Trying to decide b/t two offers, currently an Mgr w/ M7 MBA. Both are traditional multinationals, but diff sizes. Any help appreciated! 1) Director title, low brand recognition, smaller company (low multi-billion $ rev) no hope for stock. 185k base, 20% bonus, but heard no bonuses or salary bumps this year. 2) Senior Manager title (so one step below 1st offer), much larger company ($50B+), potential for stock at Director level, $175k salary, 10% bonus, but company is doing well despite COVID
What's the base salary for a Senior EA at your company? I am trying to figure out this "market value" bit.
My salary just got frozen @ 55.5k (SALT Tax, 1 year of experience). Should I start interviewing for other jobs? Worth it to stay 1 more year and “maybe” make senior? (PwC is 3 yrs to senior standard, 2 yr is early) I have a Master’s in Accounting, and have 1 more CPA test then I’ll be done. Not sure if I have a strong enough resume to receive decent exit opportunities as a first year associate. I’m about to have busy season again and work 60,70,80,90 hour weeks at my low salary. Please advise!!
Do you think sales has a better trajectory/potential than PA? I’m hearing senior salaries being 25% higher than starting salaries and exit opportunities around 40-45% higher than starting salaries after slaving for 3-4 years. Meanwhile, sales you could make the exit salary numbers in your first year (and in some cases 2x as much even with the pandemic). What are your thoughts? PA is more stable, but I didn’t join accounting to be a CAO, I did it for money—- so where is it...?
I'm currently a Tax Senior Associate/Digital Accelerator (5 total years of experience) and I am considering a Tax/Tax Technology Manager offer at another firm, but I'm not sure what's an appropriate Manager salary to request. Any input?
As a new audit manager, is it a good career path to leave for a senior financial analyst role at a large Fortune 500 company? Salary is about 10% more. Or should I keep on looking for a accounting manager job?
Rising Senior - would leaving now burn bridges/screw others? My end game is to go back to school/do research. I thought sticking it out till senior would be worth it but after the disappointing comp I’m considering just finding an industry job for the next year or two. I understand why comp is what it is, but I just don’t feel like the low comp is worth another busy season.
Just got senior promo and received an outside offer for $85k base + 20% annual bonus. Low COL market. I should definitely take it, right?
Is there generally a salary premium for people in M&A Tax compared to Core Tax, and is it substantial (10-20%+) at the Senior level or not until you get to manager and above?
If I bring in/make an introduction to a client for the firm, will that expedite my career growth/comp as a senior? At a big 4, seeing if it’s worth my time.
Came into public accounting from school & put my head down & made it to Senior Manager (maybe a year early). Now, reflecting, I am considering whether this is what I want to do going forward and worried about being pigeon-holed to tax for life if I stay longer. Comp also has never kept up to expectations. For others who’ve been in this position, what made you stay or go? Is the grass greener? Or should I stick with it and be happy w/ slight chance at partner @ some pt down the line?
Is it true that senior As who get stay on to consultant will no longer have their comp matched to MBA hires? If so, what’s the point of staying at EY-P after associate?
What do you say when asked about compensation range during the phone screen / 1st interview? If it's an online app I leave it blank but when a person asks I just tell them a range because I don't know what else to say. I'm worried that I might miss out on a higher salary by telling them my range (85-90k for senior accountant in HCOL city).
What is the salary range for SM’s (VP / Senior Director) at EYP? Went from M to SM and trying to figure if I got fucked over not... 🤷♂️
Making 120k as a senior in NYC and wanna change careers but keep my salary. Which career can I keep my salary as a senior or even more with tax, financial, and tech skills.Would like to get out of tax
Anyone know what is the b4 audit senior 3's salary range in Los Angeles? I am making 48k here at a small size firm and am hoping to jump.
Feeling so low lately due to keeping up with the joneses and comparing myself. I miss being a kid when I didn’t know what status symbols were and when I didn’t care about money. I remember even as a senior in high school thinking that 70K a year seemed like a massive salary. Sometimes ignorance is bliss I suppose.
I have an FP&A offer at a place I really want to work at and could see myself there for a long time. It’s senior level and pays pretty good. I’ve always thought about TAS and the firm said they will move me there if I stay. Should I stay with the firm and move into TAS? The salary is about the same to stay and I could make manager next summer. Completely torn.
What are your predications for salary increases this year - Big Four ? i.e. staff to senior, senior to manager, etc.
Hello guys and gals, at some point I will have to negotiate the salary for my next promotion - to senior accountant. As most of us are in different parts of the world, I'd like to ask what % increase you'd expect in relation to your previous salary? Also any tips for negotiating? Thanks a million. 😁
$70k salary for Senior Corp Fin Analyst? I got a job offer in DC for that much. 3 years of experience, coming from Dallas. Seems low...
I got an offer for $150k with 15% bonus for a senior associate role at a local firm. Is the bonus fair or should I ask for 25%?
For those of you senior enough in a holding co agency to have bonuses as an official part of your comp structure, I’m curious what that looks like: what’s the percentage or range? Frequency? Is it based on your personal performance or the agency’s? Are the criteria for earning it concrete and transparent? Trying to understand how to weigh this when evaluating offers.
Generally, how do Accenture managers compare in terms of compensation, talent and responsibility to Pwc? How common do managers cross over into the SM role?
What is the typical base salary range for SAP Manager with 15+ years exp (logistics supply chain MM SD) and SM at EY and PWC. At Deloitte I have seen M from 135 to 180 and SM at 160 to 230.
Has anyone worked for both D and ACN(consulting) that can compare the pros/cons of each? Specifically re: wlb, comp, culture, advancement
Mid level AD in NY. Just started freelancing. I'd like to make about $70/hour. Do I ask for $80? If they ask my day rate, does that calculate to $700/day? Does day rate = 8 hours? Or could it be 12?
Fellow PwC fish... Anyone have an idea about salary bands for SM and D in IFS and can you share the same here?
Ok, which firm thought United’s Lottery Bonus plan was a good idea? I know at least one of you on here worked on this idea.
I just got an offer for a Pharma role as new SAE - they gave me my asking salary without any negotiation and now I’m wondering if I undersold it. Any Pharma SAEs in NYC willing to share their salaries/years of experience?
If my start date was 9/7/15 and I put in my resignation notice on 9/5/16 (last day being 9/16/16), would I have to repay (a portion) of my signing bonus?
Asked for a salary adjustment commensurate with a big increase in responsibility and got denied...love client & firm culture but feeling worn down after this. Advice?
What are the actual roles and salaries for post MBA in strategy? I’m currently 4 years in and 140k salary. Wondering if I’ll actually have a reasonable ROI at this point
Post-MBA consultant at a Tier 2 firm with about a ~1 year left on signing bonus agreement. If I quit before it expires, how do they enforce paying it back? And is it the pre or post tax amount?
What salary range should I expect as an Enterprise Architect in the DC area with 1 year of experience? Graduated May 2019 and came on as an EA. Have the FEAC Green Belt cert. Can't find good salary data... TIA!
Whoever decided they should be called "dreamers" deserves a nice bonus. Seriously, great branding.
What salary does insurance defense max out at? And at what level of experience? I dont have much confidence in bringing in business. 4th yr associate. NJ/NYC/PA tristate practice
Last expense deadline I submitted at like 1:30pm. My expenses weren’t deposited today. Does this mean I have to wait until the next pay cycle? Argh.
Vegas Rockstars- im headed over w 15 ppl in April. Can I get some tips? Lessons learned? Dope promoters?
Received my AWS Solutions Arch associate cert last night. Thinking of quitting current non IT deadend job to get some hands on exp. at CTS, infy etc. Can always bounce later Bad move? Pls advice.
How old is “too old” to get MBA? I’m 28 now, so maybe enter in 2022, but that puts me at 30. I feel like 30 isn’t that old, but then I see threads of people just 25 years old getting their MBA and it causes me hesitation. Anyone else in similar boat?
I understand that bonus payment is paid out 9/30 every year. I'm thinking of quitting but don't want to lose my bonus. Do we have to be employed at 9/30 to get it or is it proratepaid out beforehand?
What should a Sr. Associate in NYC office within the FS - MC practice expect for Comp (%) this year? Thoughts??
Anyone in Operations Transformation (Financial Services) at D? Thinking about applying and curious to hear thoughts?
I have a phobia of deep water and of driving. Not sure if they are related, but I think it’s related to not trusting myself...like I don’t trust my body to save myself if I’m drowning and I don’t trust myself to not make a mistake while driving. I have taken swim lessons and I know how to swim/float and I have my driver’s license. I live in NYC so I haven’t had to drive much but recently I’ve had to drive and it’s a nerve-racking experience. I had to drive on the highway and it was scary!
Can someone please provide the highlights of KPMG’s Incentive Compensation Program please for the M and D levels? True that if you start after May 1 you cant participate for that year?
Which Big4 is better in terms of benefits ? Considering the mobility, leaves, insurance and WLB. Who has the longest paternity leave ?
Can someone give a time sense for an average prep time for CSCP certification versus CPIM? I think CPIM takes much longer but not sure