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  • Would you rather make more per hour or more in total? May 18, 2024
    Would you rather make 50k a year and only really work during busy season 55-60 hours a week and 20 hours a week the rest of the year or make 70k but have to work 40 hours a week year round? The benefits of the first are greater per hour pay and a lot less […]
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  • Looking for a job - Having 5 years of experience in Accounts payable May 18, 2024
    Hey guys, I am having over 5 years of experience in Accounts payable department including payment processing, invoice processing handling UK based client calls. submitted by /u/Motor-Yoghurt6252 [link] [comments]
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  • Are there people who CAN'T find a job at entry level? May 18, 2024
    Are there people who can't find a job at all and give up this career path? I know in tech this starting to become common. submitted by /u/Rough-Form6212 [link] [comments]
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  • AI In Accounting May 18, 2024
    The rise of AI in the accounting industry is transforming traditional practices. Automated systems are handling routine tasks, allowing accountants to focus more on strategic advisory roles. Have you come across any powerful AI tools? Let us know in the comments! submitted by /u/AccuInsights [link] [comments]
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  • first year salary May 18, 2024
    people getting their first accounting job this year what is your salary? submitted by /u/Warriors5467 [link] [comments]
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  • Joined a company 2 weeks ago and realized how much of a dumbass I am (rant) May 18, 2024
    I went from AP clerk to staff accountant. The person I just replaced was a senior accountant and I have the same responsibilities. I understand most of the fundamentals, but this company is a shit show and I'm trying to keep up. I have to do accounting for multiple entities, so I'm constantly getting bombarded […]
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  • Netsuite or Sage Intaact May 18, 2024
    Anyone with experience with either of these packages? We are considering the two for our accounting package. Would you do it again? Anything that really stands out about them submitted by /u/jglee1028 [link] [comments]
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  • AI into Accounting?? May 18, 2024
    Below forbes article mentions a lot of automation and AI happening in accounting due to shortage. Do you guys see so much shortage and with this automation is it for the larger firms or even the smaller ones are being affected? https://www.forbes.com/sites/jackkelly/2024/05/17/ai-taking-over-accounting-jobs/?sh=6aea38bd4ad4 submitted by /u/investo1905 [link] [comments]
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  • I love my job May 18, 2024
    Sometime, I think about how well my company treat me. I actually enjoy what I do with only 3 years of experience in Houston, Texas. I feel like I’m fairly compensated in which more than I’m supposed to compare to work load. I am in tax, and working toward my CPA. I have nothing but […]
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  • My compensation (merit increase) was based on meaningless factors May 18, 2024
    Work at a top 10 firm. I’m an experienced associate that has quite literally bailed out some incompetent peers on on several projects, consistently logging top 5 in our industry for chargeable hours due to an overwhelming workload, made sacrifices to meet deadlines, etc - normal PA nonsense. I have areas to improve as everyone […]
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  • Why Graduates Aren’t Hot on Accounting Careers: Low Starting Pay, Onerous Testing - WSJ May 18, 2024
    Check this article out submitted by /u/Ok_Rip4884 [link] [comments]
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  • Public accounting tax was the most stressful job I've ever had. May 18, 2024
    Public accounting tax was the most stressful job I've ever had. I've had a lot of jobs and the intensity of that experience was... "umm no thanks". I think the stress and urgency of that job was unnecessary. It's counterproductive. I've been able to work long good productive hours at other jobs and had no […]
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  • Me joining a call with my manager and HR at 4pm on a Friday May 18, 2024
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  • Don't worry, we won't be replaced with AI May 18, 2024
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  • Just lost my job May 18, 2024
    I'm a public audit associate in my 3rd year. I just got called into the office with HR and the partner and told today was my last day I really don't know what else I could've done. My job has been nothing but frustration. I feel like it's been nothing but constant contradictions. "Oh we […]
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  • When is job hopping the right move? May 17, 2024
    I’m a senior with 3 years experience, current comp about 95k. I love my team and my position but I was approached by another company. I wasn’t looking but decided I’d hear them out. The role was very similar to my current except I’d get the chance to supervise the staff accountant and A/P clerk. […]
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  • People must be desperate for internships in finance May 17, 2024
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  • For those that are buying homes or have a house what Mortgage/ income (net) ratio are you comofortable with ? May 17, 2024
    My eleder sister is buying a house and her Mortgage will be 3,500!! thats insane and she makes 85,000K so she will be paying 70% of her net ( not gross although the mortgage people used her gross amount) what are yall paying / comofrtable paying? i doubt there will be a market correction as […]
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  • Don't fear the automation May 17, 2024
    A little about me. I wrote a post a while back about getting laid off only to find a better job a few months later. I have been at my new job for a few months now and just passed probation. There are two employees in our company who's job is to automate processes. These […]
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  • What is something that you wish you knew when you were just starting in the field of accounting? May 17, 2024
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