Can someone tell me where should I put my money, Roth or traditional? Should I also contribute to hsa? How do I max out all contributions and benefits?
Deloitte vs Accenture benefits. What's better? (Deloitte seems to have a lot more holidays considering the collective disconnect)
Do you stay at a good firm with a good reputation where you are siloed in a back office role with no growth or go to a lesser known firm with less track record and opportunity to learn and grow? I’m in an extremely operational role and want to leave but the benefits down the line could be grand. How do you evaluate a decision like this?
Anyone else? I have a full set up (multiple monitors, standing desk, the whole nine) in my home office, but as often as I can (like when I have a webinar or training to watch) I like to sit on the couch with just the laptop and get the full benefits of puppy snuggles 🥰🥰
Going back to work after 4.5 months of maternity leave tomorrow. I’m utilizing PwC’s 60% phased return to work program so hopefully that will help ease the transition. Wish me luck! Any tips, tricks?
Business ideas in these trouble times? Either for profit or for impact. Thinking about Covid19 of course (Healthcare, quarantine, wfh...) but the recession (unemployment) or future end of recession..
Capgemini 🐠- are you at actuals or fixed per diem? Also is usage of corp card mandated and audited?
My mom is going through a very bad situation with her previous employer who is not paying her her correct retirement benefits after screwing up their paperwork. She worked for a school district for about 15 years. She has a case but she is afraid it’s not high value enough to attract the attention of the attorney. School district is now ghosting her. If anyone has advice or interest, please let me know, thanks so much
What is everyone’s strategy in response to the CSR fee hike? My annual fee hits in November so I have almost a full year to reap benefits until the $550 hits- but still considering... (cont)
PwC Partners.....can you explain the big operating model change that was announced that had no bearing on staff. Why announce it then? What benefits can we expect?
401k or Roth IRA? Should I be prioritizing the Roth IRA first when I'm younger? Even mix?
Is there a timeframe on when I need to update my HSA? I left my old company 2 months ago but haven’t found the time to update my old HSA. I rolled over my 401k
Can someone post the eligibility requirements for ACN's (Advanced Degree Former Intern) Tuition Reimbursement Program? I received an offer that I may be eligible to participate, but not sure what would disqualify me. Thanks in advance! :)
We have a vision insurance and we will be canceling this one to move to my husband's one under his new firm. Can I use the benefits in my first plan and avail the benefit again in new plan? For eg ordering a new frame?
What happens to your pension after you leave Deloitte? Thought if <$30k they provide a payout. Left a few months back and haven’t heard anything.
Can we not call it TrumpCare or ObamaCare and just call it the Affordable Care Act like it should have been from day one. Stop playing politics with healthcare. People die from this BS.
We have it worse than our parents. No real pension( defined benefit plan) which pays you an amount per month til death. 401k are at risk of the market.. while ceos and partners....make millions
What's the salary for an analyst in this group?
Marriott asked me to provide the GDY Corp code proof when I checked in. Never happened to me before. I am here for two days - what should I do?
Firm is giving an extra bonus this year. After taxes theyll be just about the amount of interest on my law school loans (so much interest it’s disgusting). Do I immediately use all of it to pay off that interest, pay off one of the loans in full and put the rest toward interest, invest some, or other? I have about 190K total (loans are my only debt) and am of the group that’s fine paying off slower overtime for more cash flow now but w/ interest so high I’m thinking paying itwould put me ahead?!
I’m being promoted to Manager this November but recent got offer from a fintech. In money term the manager base pay is 5k greater than the new role but i’m negotiating to match the offer with my Manager salary. Should I wait until promoted or move asap? I dont want to continue working in external audit so trying to pivot to data analyst role/IA in the fintech before moving to full DA/DS position… but thinking the Manager promotion would help negotiate salary in the future.
sometime i feel bad when i got sick at the client site and stay back at the hotel. feel like i waste their money :/
TFW you're dressed in civvies and encounter part of your new project team on the rental bus. #youneverknowwhoslistening #wakeupmonday speculating as to whom your new Partner is and their parentage..
Is a mental health sabbatical a thing ?
How do you cope with a company that is really not transparent about compensation?have my review coming up and very difficult putting it in perspective
Can anyone tell me about Deloitte’s DCE departmental culture? I am interviewing with them so any insight is appreciate...
In years you don’t make your bonus, what do your billable hours typically look like? Are you missing it by a hair or is it normal to have some years where you’re only billing 1600? I just finished my first year and trying to figure out what a “normal” slow year looks like compared to a pandemic slow year.
My three year old now doesn’t go to bed until around 9 pm (and gets up around 7/730 am which we prefer… don’t want to move that schedule). I used to squeeze in extra work from 8-930/10 but it’s no longer feasible. How do you manage? I see my options as… 1) find a job that is more 9-5 2) start waking up early to work in the morning (not a fan as I think sleep is very important) 3) trade nights with husband where every other night I work vs him while the other hangs with the kid after 8
My mom tried to offer me fresh veggies to bring home, my dad chimes in "why give her the good stuff, they just go bad since she's never home" points to my father for realizing this after years!
I have $4,000 in my emergency fund and $1,100 left in total consumer debt (a credit card balance at a 10% interest rate). I’m tempted to pay it off right now, but in light of what’s going on in (cont)
I’m unable to focus on work and I keep dropping the ball on some projects. I hate to put this on my personal life but I’ve experienced three family deaths (including a parent) and a death of a good friend all within the last five months. I feel like I should have taken significant time off but I think now it’s too late with end of the year financials etc. Does anyone have any tips on how to bounce back up?
Hello everybody. I am a copywriter with 3 years xp filling in as GCD, AD (I’ve been resizing, storyboarding, picking assets), & client relations manager. At a major agency for major clients. Hold me.
Please explain to me like i am 5yo... backdoor roth. 1) I have an old 401k that i rolled over to a traditional IRA 5 years ago. I have not contributed anything to the traditional IRA since i left that company in 2013. 2) i have a roth IRA that i opened 2 years ago. 2021 is the first year that i will hit income limits. 3) I have an HSA and company sponsored 401k that i contribute the max to (part roth, part trad) Traditional IRA = $52k Roth IRA =$13k 401k= $250k HSA=$3k What do i do for 2021?
Been thinking about buying this reasonable dividend growth fund from vanguard - I like the approach and the manager. The ER is 0.26%. I did the quick math vs my Schwab S&P500 index at .02% and it’s a staggering amount of expense over 20 years and 500K investment. How do people justify paying 1% etc for their investments when you can own S&P 500 for almost nothing.
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