Blind Item: Which Accounting Firm’s National Tax Leader Got Called Out For the Exodus of Tax Partners?

 

Apparently a big shot audit partner has seen one too many of his tax brethren running for the door:
Supposedly a high-ranking audit partner at [top ten firm] sent an email to the entire partnership in which he blasts the national tax leader for spending the firm's money on management retreats when he should be worrying about why their tax partners are dropping like flies.
We'd love to see the email but haven't had any luck tracking it down so far, so if it's sitting in your inbox, kindly pass it along.
 
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