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Tax Senior Managers, if you are not sure you want to be a partner at PA, for what base salary in industry would you leave now?

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Industry can also offer better bonus % and more long term incentives (mainly referring to various forms of stock compensation that can really be valuable if you plan on staying for a few years). Your hourly rate goes way up if you work 40 hours so jumping at the same base is actually an hourly raise!

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Just left B4 myself for industry. I kept my same salary (no bump) but was happy to do that for the role. I’m comfortable with my current salary, and it’s enough to cover my mortgage, child care expenses, etc. so you just need to figure out your budget and what you need.

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I left for a $60k salary increase in industry

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I would leave for same salary, but the “right position”. Same thoughts as above

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What SM1 said.

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You can definitely get a $30-$65K increase when moving to private, but there are less opportunities for advancement in private especially if your supervisor just got promoted. So after your initial salary bump, raises are very negligible.

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