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Tax Senior

Moss Adams Phoenix, AZ

We are currently seeking a Tax Senior for our firm. Tax Seniors assist clients by providing a full spectrum of corporate, partnership and individual…

30+ days ago

Tax Staff - Experienced

Moss Adams Phoenix, AZ

Moss Adams is committed to providing Staff with a minimum of 40 hours of continuing education per year. This is delivered through a variety of…

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Chris Schmidt
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    Not the way to build a long term career in business if you don't like politics

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    Current Employee - Senior Manager  in  Scottsdale, AZ
    Current Employee - Senior Manager in Scottsdale, AZ

    I have been working at Moss Adams LLP


    Small enough firm you get a firmer grasp on the fundamentals and get to work closely with clients.
    Similar office locations to Big 4 and other colleagues
    Strong firm wide training for professionals
    Great place to start your career.


    Compensation is low and definitely not linked with the market (public and private industry). There are no bonuses for bringing in business or coming in under budget in each office.
    Partners do not pass their knowledge down to professional staff or encourage them/by showing them how to network and close deals earlier than at the mid-senior manager level. This is career limiting as a partner to be.
    Firm offices are often disorganized and client scheduling is messy and controlled by the clients instead of managed actively.
    Talented staff are assigned to the highest grossing partner, as opposed to by engagement, as a result partners take on more risk than needed.

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    Partners do not operate the firm as a "business" and instead make many short term decisions that are dilutive to the value of the firm. The firm should refocus on people and ensure the firm and the partners are investing in growing the knowledge base of the professional staff on a continuous basis and balance that with attracting new clients. No sense on attracting new clients when you don't have competent professional staff to perform the work. This has been lost over the last decade and there is now a significant gap to fill that will take time. Focus on long term partner and firm growth through training and retention of staff. Remember during economic expansions the professional staff will leave if they do not have a reason to stay. Give them a reason to stay and be accretive to the firms bottom line and legacy.

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