As you well know, compensation is a popular topic of conversation round these parts. A lot of the discussion revolves around the Big 4 and second-tier firms like Grant Thornton, McGladrey and BDO. For whatever reason, we rarely receive information from those working at regional firms. This led to a recent plea from a reader:
Please keep posting salary info, especially from mid-size firms, and what raises look like so I can see what I am really worth/not worth.
So take this as a call for you regional boys and girls to cough up your comp details for all the world to see. Right now since we don't have specific details for specific firms, we'll ask that you identify your firm along with other pertinent details (location, job title, raise, bonus) or email us and we'll update this post.
If you're wondering if your firm falls into the camp of "regional" if it's not a Big 4 firm or one of the three we listed above, then consider your firm (for the sake of simplicity) "regional." This would include Moss Adams, CBIZ/MHM, Crowe Horwath, BKD, Plante & Moran, et al. That's wonderful if your firm has a "expansive international network to best serve our clients" but nobody gives a damn about that and I'm not going to split hairs here. If you're still not sure, just post your information and hopefully the comments will self-regulate. Fire away.
One addition from the mailbag:
Regional firm headquartered in [the Dixie]. I work in the [small Dixie town] office. I'm a second year (soon to be starting 3rd year) audit Manager. Base comp is $70,000 and based on my recent good annual evaluation will be getting an 8% bonus.
Keep it up, regionals. The more specific the details, the better.