The difference between a 6am and an 8:30am flight on Monday morning is incredible. I feel like a new human and am starting the week on a good foot! May try to sneak on the later flight more often 🥳
At week 9 of WFH, I have a very annoying habit of not getting anything done until 1 pm and then working until 11 pm or midnight. Send help.
Is tax in general not doing too well?feel like there's a lot of rumors of cuts and what not regarding this. I'm big 4 big market.
Do any of the big 4 or other accounting firms have an international tax group in Austin, Texas? How big is the group, what is the type of work does the group generally perform, and what is the general senior manager or director level salary?
If you pay a different credit card bill with a new credit card does the payment count toward spend for your signup bonus?
How does this group feel about whether we still need feminism in the workplace today Vs diversity?
Gender reveal parties are a dumb recent invention - call both sets of your parents and leave the rest of us out of it. Literally none of your friends care.
Just started a new job remote but planning on moving to NYC in 2 months or so. Most of my friends already have a lease lined up. What’d be the best way to find a roommate?
PwC'ers - what was your pay as an experienced associate and as a senior associate? Wanna know what to expect my raise to be. Glass door has proven to be quite inaccurate.
Delta fliers: if we get bored and pop an emergency exit, can we pay the fines and penalties with sky miles?
What do you miss about your job that can’t be done WFH? I miss 1) client and meetings with opposing counsel to discuss high-stakes transactions where everyone’s dressed to the nines and do “serious business”; 2) expensive lunches; 3) happy hours and 4) wearing my suits. None of that is coming back before 2021 (probably not only the meetings, but the transactions are going away too...) Glad I still have my job though.
any recommendation on where can I get car loan refinanced...i am already with greater texas federal credit union. I was fresh out of college and got scammed/(rash decision) into 3.4 APR by dealer.
I just barely started at my firm and got staffed on a project which requires travel. My firm only allows me to expense hotels on a personal card, everything else goes on the corporate Amex. I’ve had a venture one card for 2 years now but am thinking about getting the chase sapphire reserve. Kind of lost here - any advice?
For folks who have been in TAS - OTS for a while (or similar roles in the Big 4), what are the exit opportunities on the West Coast as either a senior or a manager? Past transition examples would help
For salary negotiations, should you do them by phone or email? Is it the HR person or hiring manager who has the final say?