For my 401k, I’m currently invested in black rock target date 2045 retirement fund with expense ratio of .0506%. Will it make sense to switch to State Street S&P 500 Index Non-Lending Series fund which has the expense ratio of .0027%? Appreciate any suggestions, things to look out for etc
I have more than 10 + years of experience in IT , previously working as hardware field engineer. For the past 2 years have been working in service desk. I'm looking to change my job , is there any opportunities for service desk job role in IT , currently working in Chat support process . I would prefer similar kind of job profile . Anyone in this forum if could provide any insight will be very helpful.
Thanks in advance.
Anyone else super unmotivated atm and procrastinating because you’re unappreciated/underpaid, and 100% over your job but you haven’t found the right offer to leave yet? 😩😵💫
Here’s an infographic with research from classroom coaching over the last 10 years. I hear a lot of “I feel more confident” and “It’s helpful to have a sounding board” What has your experience been?
Folks, it’s my SO’s birthday next week and I’m looking to find a vegetarian place to celebrate a good date night. Any recommendations?
Which company will be better to work at if both have same tech stack and around same offered salary Dish Network Dell
Guys Infy delayed my joining from December firet week to January first week.
This is no unethical, I will have to take my papers back now :(
Never expected this from@Infy
I’m a SC at Deloitte making $136 base with 5 years of experienced I also have a masters. Am I underpaid? Wondering if I should try to move to industry
Is in-house a feasible exit option for attorneys with the federal government? Let me preface this by saying that this is super premature as I just got the tentative offer from the government for a position focusing on labor and employment litigation, but I wanted to plan ahead and see what my options were down the road if I'm looking for a bigger paycheck. I'm currently 13 YOE in private practice at mostly small/mid-size firms and plan to stay with this position for at least a few years.
I’ve been with my company for 5 years and have never asked for a raise, I’ve accepted annual review we get without question. I’ve now realised I’m getting paid significantly less than the market rate. I’m getting job offers with almost 40% increase. I know my male peers at my company get paid significantly more than me. I love my job and my company but I don’t know how to ask for a raise 🙈 I know I deserve it but don’t know how to ask! Any guidance please ?
if u have a low undergrad gpa, would take a post bac course somewhere improve ur odds to get into a top 10 mba?
Anyone worked in the EUCOM AOR as a DOD/IC consultant or contractor? I am interested in opportunities in Europe, have a TS:SCI. Would love to connect or get thoughts on the roles.
Will it apply to IT sector also ?
Looking for PLF ideas with citizenship and character. (This should be easy but my migraine isn’t allowing it to be.) Ugh!
I feel like I’m seen as less of a contributor because I’m bad at thinking oh my feet during client meetings. Words just don’t come out of my mouth right
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Could anyone tell me the pay range for Citi bank internal audit for AVP level in UK? @citibank Citi
Anyone work in financial accounting advisory? Or internal control advisory? How are the hours and pay over there?
Hi everyone, I’m currently a tax associate and just graduated back in May. I’m starting to feel really burnt out and dislike what I do and want to get out of accounting completely. I can’t deal with the hours and the strictness of billing time. My degree is in business admin (I concentrated in accounting) and want to try something else. I’m currently looking into marketing, diff. analyst positions, and some other stuff. Any suggestions/advice would be helpful! Thank you.
How hard is it for a Staff II in audit to transition to Tech Risk Management at EY or the other big 4 for that matter? Or would it be easier to move to a mid sized firm for a position like that.
Anyone work remote full time? What do you do? How do you like it? Did you have to take a pay cut / less than you would get otherwise?
How do search for non-audit roles that are within reach for someone with core audit experience? Everyone seems to go straight to another firm’s M&A as if that’s the only option.
Was so close to switching from IT Audit to software engineering and then a global crisis occurs. Tough to keep my head up.
Do you always submit a cover letter?
If I’m not given the hiring managers contact info, I shouldn’t worry about a thank you note, right?
If you are working industry, 40 hours a week with a competitive pay and left B4 tax - can you share your new job title? Not sure what is out there that I could apply for.
The b4 life is not for me and is actually affecting my family (mom of 2 kiddos). I’m looking into something with true flexibility and less than 50 hours a week. Any advice?
On job descriptions are the years of experienced required section usually accurate or recruiters trying to get overqualified candidates? Let’s say I want to apply for a position that requires 4 but I have 3.
Any former Big 4 auditors which switched to controlling/FP&A/internal audit care to share their experience on the new job? Is it more interesting?
You feel like you actually help the business?
and promotion is harder to get as many say?
What happens if you recurved Becker CPA material from Deloitte after your internship, but decide to not accept the offer and go work somewhere else?
I think I’m ready to finally take the plunge and start looking for positions outside public. I’m not sure as a first year senior what I would qualify for or common roles tax seniors exit to. I would definitely be open to no longer working in tax.
Do you guys think that when you make the switch to industry you should try to land a job at a public company? I want to make $300-$400k eventually as a CFO one day and I think that going into a public company will get me there instead of switch to a private. What do you think?
Looking for a job $200k plus out of pwc. I’m a manager with over 6 years of experience in internal audit/sox compliance. Not sure I’ll stick to IA. Any ideas of companies and/or types of jobs?
So PwC said that we can’t expense meals since we are working from home. This is bs! Anyone else heard about this? Can we appeal this?
For your resume, how many bullet points under your XP with your firm straight out of college is too many? I’m a senior and don’t have anything else since college that’s relevant. Also, how do you feel about a small section above the bullets detailing the position (where the bullets are more about your achievements in the position)
Got an offer from Big4 as an audit senior for 110k, reasonable or should I negotiate? NYC
Accepted an offer recently (last week) and haven’t heard back from the HR regarding a confirmed start date (we discussed dates but didn’t nail down in offer letter) or background check, is this stuff that normally takes time to get set up? Thanks
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