Trying to avoid paying an accountant, can I actually write off home office space/mileage if I was just permalancing for 3 months last year? Shouldn’t the 7 months of W2 take care of this 1099 shit?
Complicated airline mileage program question. Relocated to SFO. Have been earning miles on Delta Skymiles and SingaporeAir’s Krisflyer. Should I switch to UA or Alaska mileage programs or stick to SQ while flying United? I like AS because it’s now part of OneWorld (which AA is part of) and also allows earning on Singapore Airlines. Generally I hate United.
I just turned 30. This last year of my life, I had a laser focus of being more financially discipline and paying off my 20k+ debt (loans, credit card, etc). And with this paycheck hitting tomorrow I will finally be “out of the red.” I don’t usually make these type of posts, but seeing other success stories like this posted in FB inspired me. Hopefully this will inspire at least one of you.
Of the last 18 hours I billed, I have worked for 2 hrs, interviewed/applied to other firms for for 3 hrs and slept for 7. Prior to this behavior, I had a 4.5/4.5 scatter plot and 105% utilization. I make $5000 more than your new hire BTA, with 5 yrs of exp, and I was denied a market adjustment. You get what you pay for, D(an)
Currently interviewing with Guidehouse and learned that they require you to use their corporate card for expenses. For personal reasons, I needed to file Chpt 13 bankruptcy a couple years back (will be discharged next year). I'm currently using a family member's card as an authorized user for work travel expenses, but am concerned about qualifying for the Guidehouse corporate card. Anyone have insights on requirements for the card? Do you know if an open Chpt 13 would be an issue with the card?
Anyone here prep like crazy for a FAANG position in house transitioning from mid law or big law and still not get it? I have a huge interview coming up and I’m desperate to get out but want to manage my expectations. And yes, I am prepping like crazy.
What are your thoughts on this case? https://www.jacksonlewis.com/resources-publication/no-right-wear-religious-headscarf-under-uniform-neutrality-policy-appeals-court-holds
Is this just happening with me? Everytime the panel says explicitly to me that I am a great match for the role and that they are passing positive feedback for my next round, recruiter goes Mia for reasons unknown 😢😢 How will I ever get out?!
Two weeks since my phone screen & one week since my follow up email. Application does still say in review, but was advised I’d hear back before the end of the week after my initial screening. Any insight on what may be going on at PwC? For an Associate role in Provider Ops
I currently work for a mid market firm (regionally known, ranked between top 30 and 50). I am doing well and very well liked here. It’s a great fit culturally and I rarely work more than 45 hours a week doing FDD and my total comp is 115K this year. The last transaction I worked on closed for $380M so I do get to see deals of larger sizes. I’ve only been here about a year. I got an opportunity to leave to an investment banking role. Should I take it?
💥Bain fish, any success stories of networking towards an interview as a lateral hire (1-3YOE)? Is there a recruitment vehicle for this, or can you really only get the golden ticket through undergrad/MBA.....🧐
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Did anyone here have success in switching job while on maternity leave? I’ll be returning to work in a month and have been procrastinating the application process even though I desperately want cont.
Has anyone here filed for leave of absence? What was the process and what did you have to submit on medical grounds? Without going into the details, I’m unwell and leadership isn’t sympathetic or budging on taking time off.
Just got my AWS Cloud Practitioner cert and am looking to get something more Strategy or Finance related. Anyone done any good Certs lately?
I was checking and comparing healthcare costs for the two companies my spouse and I work for. For me with HSA it is around $900 per month for just Medical, Vision and Dental. For my wife (with HSA) it is $300 per month. Both have $3000 deductible. My out of pocket max is $14000 while my wife’s is $7000. All of these numbers are for a family of 4. Why do we have such a huge difference in healthcare costs for similar coverage? My wife’s company is 30K employees and my company is 300K employees.
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