Will EY make me pay them back for Becker if I end up rescinding my full time offer?

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No judgement here... but why would you think they would give you Becker, which costs north of $2K, if you didn't come work for them? Honestly curious about the thought process here.


They offer the unlimited one there is no way it’s only $600

What is Becker?


What is a Sugar Bear Olinto? 🤔

I had a full time offer with Deloitte and rescinded it to go to pwc. Deloitte paid for my Becker (the full package of Becker that costs $4k or so), and they never asked me to pay it back (and I sure as hell didn’t bring it up!). EY may be different though. The cost of Becker is chump change in the long run - do what makes you happy. But personally, I’d recommend getting in a few years of big 4 before going to a cushy gov job where mobility is limited.


Did the same thing with rsm before starting at ey


what is your other offer? just curious


They won’t come looking for you.

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