Fall is a quiet time of year for most capital market servants and with the holidays coming up, it's about to get quieter.
Across the country, accounting majors are meeting the firms and being dazzled by the prospect of well paying employment.
Don't worry, this has nothing to do with your waist.
Alert the President!
This sounds unfortunate:
If you’ve made the decision you want to be a partner in a large public accounting firm, I hope you understand what’s expected of you to get there.
This the closest thing you'll get to a operator's manual.
Back in July, we had a discussion about hanging out a shingle in public accounting. For many of you that are just starting out in your careers the idea of venturing out on your own seems as likely as the Jets pulling off a winning season.
Your time has come.
Anything that wastes money, really.