I have ALWAYS wanted to work for Deloitte and really do love the company and am so proud to say who I work for. I was offered a job elsewhere with an 85% pay increase to do basically the same thing...
This is my first year filing taxes. I earned ~$103k on my W-2 with $20k of that coming from bonuses. I invested 20% of my income into my 401k throughout the year. I receive ~$250 in dividends each quarter through my investments and other than that I have no other income streams. My tax accountant is telling me I owe money this year but I figured I would receive a refund with the bonuses I received (taxed at ~45%) & my 401k investment. Does this seem odd or does it make sense? TIA!
Sometimes I forgot the words that am trying to include in a conversation and have to think a min or so to recall. Is this normal or is it because English is not my first language, or some medical problem I should be worried about?
But at least they're not Deloitte
Makes no sense why AA doesn’t update boarding time/departure time when it’s PAST boarding time by almost 30 minutes and the arriving plane is still sitting on the tarmac waiting to get to the gate...
Is it ok to tell firms who I am interviewing that I am a up for promotion to Director soon when I am just a first year manager. Can they check?
I’ve worked with a good number of men who don’t look at me when they are talking and other male coworkers are around, even when they are answering my question... Can someone plz explain 🙄
Has anyone been able to semi-retire around age 50 and then work part time or hourly consulting until 60? I want to retire at 55 but I could do an extra 5 years if I were only doing 3 days/week
Received an interview for a position that was kind of a stretch for me but another one just came live that matches all of my prior experience. Should I wait to see how the first one pans out or is ok to apply to the other position as well?
Apparently I'm "rich" and "wealthy" because I am able to do a partial mega backdoor Roth IRA this year. Glad they can throw me and my much less than $400k salary to the curb in order to raise the salt cap high enough to primarily benefit those making well over $400k.
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