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Today 01:23 AM
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Not entirely true

Low skilled is only at Intern, or Junior Associate level where the bulk of work is vouching, casting, tracing vouch documents which is really super brain-dead and doesnít require much critical thinking or technical knowledge. There is relatively little to no element of judgment involved.

At more senior levels, you need knowledge in relevant financial reporting frameworks to execute the work. At higher management levels, itís more of a project management role.

But the long hours is true.
I was speaking more to the junior levels since a good number hop over to corporate around the 3 to 4 year mark.
Today 01:11 AM
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How much is 5k+, low or high 5k?
Why, you wanna move to EY SaT?
S2 is 6k, so you can + - accordingly
Today 12:37 AM
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Yes. This is disregarding the 20% SCAQ qualificafion. With the qualification, add an additional 20% increment starting from S2 for blue.
Ok thank you

But like that the S2 Chartered Accountant will earn more than AM who never take the exam?
Today 12:20 AM
Unregistered Yes. This is disregarding the 20% SCAQ qualificafion. With the qualification, add an additional 20% increment starting from S2 for blue.
Today 12:01 AM
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Hi can anyone confirm if the below average pay from senior to SM in a big 4 firm is correct?

S1: 4150
S2: 4700
AM: 5300
M1: 6000
M2: 6700
M3: 7400
M4: 8100
SM1: 9000
SM2: 10000
SM3: 11000
SM4: 12000
This is disregarding the 20% for Chartered Accountants?
Yesterday 10:29 PM
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Hi can anyone confirm if the below average pay from senior to SM in a big 4 firm is correct?

S1: 4150
S2: 4700
AM: 5300
M1: 6000
M2: 6700
M3: 7400
M4: 8100
SM1: 9000
SM2: 10000
SM3: 11000
SM4: 12000
Seems correct to me
Yesterday 10:15 PM
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Audit is a relatively low skilled job with long hours, there is only so much you can pay a local to do it instead of quitting before it stops making economical sense.
Not entirely true

Low skilled is only at Intern, or Junior Associate level where the bulk of work is vouching, casting, tracing vouch documents which is really super brain-dead and doesnít require much critical thinking or technical knowledge. There is relatively little to no element of judgment involved.

At more senior levels, you need knowledge in relevant financial reporting frameworks to execute the work. At higher management levels, itís more of a project management role.

But the long hours is true.
Yesterday 09:08 PM
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big 4 salary for every ranks

Hi can anyone confirm if the below average pay from senior to SM in a big 4 firm is correct?

S1: 4150
S2: 4700
AM: 5300
M1: 6000
M2: 6700
M3: 7400
M4: 8100
SM1: 9000
SM2: 10000
SM3: 11000
SM4: 12000
Yesterday 08:15 PM
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Third class can go into big 4 audit?

Currently a third class, what are the chances of getting into big4 audit? Graduating next year
Yesterday 07:30 PM
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SaT excluding Parthenon pays 5k+ for S1 now

Source: personally know a friend in that department lol
How much does manager make?
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