Type a question that describes how PA is making you feel right now. Me: Is this what hell feels like?
Lady sitting next to me on the plane staring at me cause I'm watching Kung Fu Panda. Fuckoff it's my day off. Lol
To everybody who complains from public accounting every day. Left PA as a senior manager for a quite prestigious employer a few weeks ago. Job is 9-5 and this is the only positive thing about this...
How likely is it that I'll get OT this busy season as an intern at Deloitte? My last team made interns go home at 5pm. So, No OT for them.
I’ve passed my CPA exams and currently have 6 months experience..my family always tells people I’m a CPA..should I correct them when this happens in my presence? I don’t wanna be a liar...
For anyone who switched from audit/advisory/consulting to tax: any advice or takeaways? How hard was it to make the switch administratively, how tough was the knowledge shift, etc? Regrets?
Anyone else wake up multiple times at night thinking about work? Any suggestions on how to fix this?
1.5 weeks ago a recruiter called me asking if he could give my resume to a company I was interested in. I said yes, but haven’t heard anything back. Bad sign?
Senior above me came into the office stinking of weed. I’m afraid to say something about it, but it wreaked something fierce when he came over to my desk to micromanage me as usual. What should I do?
Is CPA required to be Tax Manager or Senior Manager at Deloitte? If not, which other credentials are acceptable (e.g., EA, etc)?
Are any of you making use of your college degree? I personally am not and as a first year associate, I wanna transfer sooner than later. Any transfer advice? I'm in RC but want the switch to security
After successfully surviving 9 busy seasons in audit (T1 city), looking for feedback on career options. PA hours, stress and lifestyle doesn’t bother me so industry isn’t an option.
What are your thoughts on moving from a specialty tax group to become a financial analyst in public mid-cap techcompany. Pay goes from 62 to 70. Currently Staff 2. Wait until senior or take the offer?
Do you have a preference with how you format your workpapers (i.e. certain font, special tabs, font size, colors)? I’m looking to standardize how I create my workbooks.
What are some strategies to applying to NYC agencies when you live out of state? (Working in Boulder now) Im a mid-level creative and I feel like most recruiters instantly dismiss the conversation.
Last day at my agency is the same day as the holiday party. Going to tell everyone "thanks for coming, drinks are on the house." Best going away party ever.
My SO and I just got an adoption placement (2 siblings in elementary school) and all of our friends think we are crazy for wanting to raise them in NYC. We have the space, basically figured (cont.)
I'm ~7 months into my new role at Accenture. During the time I accepted the offer, I also had one from Slalom. Accenture hasn't been that great. I'm not doing the work I would like and there's just a bunch of other BS on the side for me to deal with. Sat on the bench for my first 4 months and then they put me on a staff aug project...I feel like I made the wrong decision. (Cont)
I landed on a company’s Team page and was taken aback by two things: 1) How young the people are (cool!) 2) the lack of diversity for such a young team Do you see the same thing? Is it a problem?
B4 non-strategy management consulting vs T3 (infosys, IBM, Cognizant) internal corporate strategy?
Contemplating moving from Chicago to the Bay Area. Household TC is ~375k. We have a toddler as well. Both our jobs would allow us to relocate at the same salary. Wanted to get advise on what to expect in terms of change in standard of living (3 bed /2 bath unit), transportation (we don’t own a car) and daycare expenses from people who have done a similar move.
How to start new job search process? Other than honing portfolio and just applying for roles, would you email recruiters first? Verse emailing CDs? Advice please.
Python/Node/Go vs more traditional enterprise languages like Java/C#.net? I worked for startups in college and learned to dev in more modern framework, but it seems like big 4 values ent. languages
How do you hide disdain for your boss who, despite saying he will support your well deserved and earned promotion, does what he can to ensure you don’t get one?
What resources are there for single income teachers? I'm wanting to buy a house but struggling with my income being the only source.
Worth going out to Canada for 1-2 years and gain experience as international manager for eb1 later ? Substantial pay hit though ?