Yakking All the Way to the Bank

accounting firms compensation

Interpret that headline as appropriate.

It’s a slow day out there as many of you prolong the long weekend. To keep everyone awake, we figured it was a good time to revisit the compensation discussions that are still going on:

KPMG remains the last major holdout. If you’re a Klynveldian anxious for a gab session about your compensation and have details to share, email us at tips@goingconcern.com.

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