Thinking about leaving B4. Will be a senior 1 in tax come October. Been doing some thinking and can’t decide if being in tax long term is for me. Want to transition into finance role. Thinking about leaving to be a finance associate somewhere and wanted to get input as the career paths for these moves. Ultimately want to be a CFO I think. I know pay is variable but in northeast is it substantial? Worth foregoing the chance of being partner? Fear is not making it and then being pigeon holed.
Any recs on how to approach resignation convo with your project Senior Manager? Have setup a call with mine a little later this morning.
What is the biggest jump you've seen someone make straight after leaving big 4? I know a Senior 1 who jumped into a Sr. Tech Manager role at a large private firm. Made director after 2.5 years shortly
Any advantages to waiting until consultant promotion to start searching for an exit ? Could I then target Manager exit opportunities?
Just had an internal strategy interview. Interviewer, “I’ve never heard of Kearney / AT Kearney. What do they do?” Ex-Deloitte. My fish, are we not well known?
Any thoughts on shifting 401k contributions from traditional to Roth with the new tax code changes? I'd imagine a lot of us benefit from lower tax brackets in 2018.
Deloitte Moms - anyone go through ivf utilising the firm’s benefit? We are starting the process, see that insurance covers up to $25k, and wanted to see how the financials actually work in practice
Are White House black market shoes comfy? Looking to get a pair of pumps. Forgot to pack dress shoes this week and this store is in front of the hotel lol
Got an interview for process transformation for UBS internal consulting, does anyone have any tips?
Put in a management position after being a freelance Sr. Producer for 6 months, have no support for a year, turn the biz around, get praises for a year....no raise when raise cycle hits
12 man, 1 PPR league, 4th pick + NE Defense. James Robinson on bench (JAC RB - not depicted) Thoughts?
Chatting with a friend and he's in the process of trying to improve his credit score, but he has charge-offs (basically credit card balances he couldn't pay a few years back because he lost his job - the cc company closed his account and sent it to collections). I'm not familiar with charge-offs. Has anyone dealt with them effectively? He's considering doing one of those credit repair services, but they seem like snake oil salesmen. Constructive suggestions would be appreciated!
Why is an MBA from HBS so much better than one from, say, Fuqua? Is it really worth all of the extra effort to try to get in?
With a thinning spectrum in comp between top performers and the bottom of the barrel and little satisfaction/improvement in job conditions when promoted....does Meritocracy truly exist anymore?