The best time to leave public accounting is after the three- to six-year mark, recommends a new report that relies on advice from alumni of the Big Four firms and Minneapolis-area CFOs.
The Coenen Brothers’ Insider Report contends that the best time to leave public accounting is after three to six years.
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