KPMG Kompensation Konversation Kountdown

We're in the late innings of compensation season, which is always a sad time. Or, for some of you, a relief.

If you're still catching up on the discussions among the largest accounting firms, please direct yourself down to the bottom half of the page where you can see all of the firms we've covered.

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All that's missing is our beloved KPMG who, historically, starts their discussions later this month. If you're a Klynveldian with knowledge of the timing or just feel like expressing your anxiety to someone, email us.

Likewise, if your firm hasn't been covered yet, but you want a place to discuss its compensation, let us know.  

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