I have 3 yrs experience and CPA and just got the following offer. Position: Senior Accountant Base : 78k with 10% bonus Location: Houston, Texas Does this seem like a good offer?
Hey all. I really need some opinions on this position I was just offered in Plano TX. The position is for a senior accountant role with a base comp of $90K-$95K￼ and 10% bonus. I’m not too familiar with the area but the role is remote for the next couple of months and I was wondering if that’s a decent salary for that area. Thank you in advance! ￼
Just got my comp review scheduled for Nov 10th and should be receiving a promotion to senior accountant. What should a reasonable comp adjustment be and how should I negotiate a higher one if I don't think the one is reasonable?
When a recruiter ask for compensation expectation do you usually say the base or total? Also for those working in internal audit positions within an industry, is there usually bonus or is that mostly for senior accountant/financial reporting positions ?
Hi all, I am needing some help with a salary negotiation. I am trying to relocate to Pittsburgh area. I have 3.5 years of experiences now and getting offered between 80k-85k for base salary for a senior accountant or reporting analyst position. Does this sound about right? I get paid more right now (maybe becasue I am in Oil and Gad industry) but want to see what the market average look like in Pittsburgh.
Hello guys and gals, at some point I will have to negotiate the salary for my next promotion - to senior accountant. As most of us are in different parts of the world, I'd like to ask what % increase you'd expect in relation to your previous salary? Also any tips for negotiating? Thanks a million. 😁
Is it easier going from Senior Accountant to FP&A or straight from Big 4 Audit. Just trying to figure out what route to take. Also what is a good salary for a Senior Accoutant? MCOL, CPA, B4 Audit - 2 yrs
Recently got offered a tech company senior accountant opportunity in the Bay Area. Total comp comes down to $135k base and $25k equity. Is it worth to make the jump, or should I wait until making manager? 4.5 years PA experience here.
Starting a job as a Senior Accountant next month. How long should I be looking to become manager? Salary increases? Just curious after a conversation I’ve had with a recruiter. I don’t know much about industry promotions.
What do you say when asked about compensation range during the phone screen / 1st interview? If it's an online app I leave it blank but when a person asks I just tell them a range because I don't know what else to say. I'm worried that I might miss out on a higher salary by telling them my range (85-90k for senior accountant in HCOL city).
What’s a fair senior accountant salary in large cap industry asking for 5 years of experience in a mid sized city?
Industry accountants in Boston - how much do you make? I see LinkedIn recruiter posts for senior accountant positions for 90k-95k plus bonus with 3 years of experience. Is this BS?
What’s average comp for a senior accountant at an investment management firm in NYC (with 5 years of experience)?
How much bonus do you get in industry as a senior accountant? Is 30% (target bonus) pretty good deal?
Newly promoted Manager IT audit exit - would you take a senior accountant position (salary decrease but long term career change) or a manager of IA position (salary increase)?
Public accounting isn't for me. Staff 2, just got offered a Senior Accountant role in industry with ~20% bump plus 2.5% bonus. Should I jump ship, or wait for greener pastures?
I see a lot of non-PA senior accountant jobs in NYC asking for 3-4 years experience and paying around 65-80k. Where is that big salary jump that people are always talking about?
Pulled two busy seasons, left PA a year ago, and I’m bored as hell. Currently a senior accountant making Big 4 manager salary. Question is...do I find a different industry job or go back to PA?
I recently got promoted to senior at a large regional firm and will get in the high 70s (SF). If I were to go to industry, as a senior accountant I suppose, what sort of salary range can I expect?
What salary range should I be looking at for a senior accountant position in austin? I have 4 years experience but don't know what I'm worth here
Accepted a job in industry Senior Accountant position over 15% salary bump with 10 bonus excellent work life balance and personal workout trainer once a week gym in office😁🙌🏽 #SoLongPublic
Anyone been able to see their compensation report? I have tried and it keeps telling me I need another version of Adobe. Updated, restarted computer, and still nothing....
entering a final round for A position at a different b4... so far nobody asked my current salary, only my expected salary. Is this normal? I always assumed they gauged the offer partly off of current?
Working with a recruiter to finalize an offer for a job that won’t start until February- to avoid paying back a bonus to my current company. Any tips on staying motivated? 😂 I don’t want to burn this bridge completely, but it’s soooo hard to keep working hard when you know you’re about to get a 10-15% base increase.
How much would you invest (cash and loan) for a relatively stable franchise that as a median number produce the following: $1.6mm revenue and $350m gross profit (royalty fees, staff, occupancy but no owner salary or loan amortization). Takes about 6 months ramp to that point.
What are people’s opinions on sharing your salary with your partner? We didn’t come on together but get along great. I think I’m on the low end of my title range, and am wondering if they are too.
I'm from the US office and planning to do an international transfer to Asia in August. Any idea if I'll still get my bonus in September?
Big 4 salary is such a meme out of college, lateraling to MBB and my total comp is 2.2x as much -_-
Looking for a Senior Motion Graphic Designer. - Part-time or Freelance (15-20 hrs) w/ opp for full-time transition - Open to remote, preferably Chicago - Experience developing creative for paid social - Bonus if you have client facing experience, or are open to it Please send over resume + portfolio. DM or email - email@example.com (subj line ‘Name - Sr. Motion Graphic - Fishbowl’)
Big4 people folks — can I ask for your firm’s performance year, fiscal year, and year end raise/bonus plan for 2020? Deloitte: PY - March. FY - June 30. Raise - promotes only with some very small exceptions. Bonus - 55% of the usual in aggregate with the majority getting less.
Leaving a job due to what I perceive is bullying. Is providing honest feedback during exit interview burning bridges? Perceived bullying is by a specific manager who just got promoted to CISO.
Hi folks, do any good resources come to mind for benchmarking tech BizOps salaries based on funding round, company size, valuation, etc? About to go to salary negotiation and want to be well-prepared
I'm a Staff and really want to go to law school. If I went to a Top 15 school and returned to consulting- what level/salary would you expect? Thanks in advance!!
Met a girl on the plane last night because the flight attendant gave us both free booze and nobody was in the middle seat. We exchanged numbers and followed her on Insta. She has nudes on insta...
SM: "I don't know why the culture on this team isn't working, all of you are great." Yeah dude, it's you.
Best family resort (i.e. toddlers) for a last minute getaway using SPG/Marriott points? Staying away from Caribbean due to Zika. Thanks!
🐠: I found out I was likely going to be laid off a month ago and I just received an offer (haven’t been laid off yet). Know that if you work hard and keep your head up, good things can happen!!
Rookie question, but can I earn airline miles when booking through my chase sapphire reserve? Looking at an Emirates flight if that makes a difference.
Have you ever been asked for past performance reviews during a hiring process? Which firms or regions do this and in what cases?
Captain brought the flight crew coffee and now they won't shut up…I'm trying to sleep for fuck's sake
the company i work for has been taking a toll on my mental health. my HR even asked whether it’s my job or my “personal issues” that are affecting my mood, and even suggested i get on antidepressants
Joined EY 6months back as a tech consultant. My feedback so far has been great. What should I do to get the company sponsor my mba? I haven’t initiated the talk yet
Dealing with serious health issues. Physical and mental. I’m in my mid twenties. Considering quitting and taking 2-4 months to focus on improving my health, going to doctors appointments, exercising, going to therapy, taking time to myself. Just recently joined a new firm after being laid off a few months ago. Don’t think taking a temporary leave of absence is an option. I’m already falling behind on work as a result of these issues and dont think I can catch up and keep up. What should I do?
Has any one ever went back on an offer before starting? Here’s the back story: I was interviewing for a few roles and landed a great job. The job I REALLY wanted was dragging their feet, so I reached out after I signed the offer to let them know and they asked me to at least finish the process so they can make a final offer that is more competitive. I don’t start for another two weeks and I’d kick myself if I didn’t see it through. Anyone have anything like this?
Need advice from parent 🐠. Looking to invest in a 529 plan as a NJ resident. Whats the difference between investing directly in a States plan example NY529 plan vs going with a broker like schwab?
Do you think state lockdowns & closures would trigger another sell off (2-5%)? Are we over the impact of the corona virus on the market where deaths/shutdowns have been “priced in”?
Under-utilised since joining boutique three months ago. Not developing at all and periods of no work for me are common (even when I chase up). Other grad hires are in the same position. Time to worry?
Tatkaal passport: anyone applied in India/Delhi? How long did it take? Did they ask you anything about being an NRI?