I am an audit associate at a Big 4 firm in the Midwest. I like the people I work with and have gotten good client exposure during my first year. Like most of you, I don't think I have a career in auditing. I would like to eventually get into forensic accounting or fraud investigation. When should I start to look into moving into an advisory/forensics division at my firm? Will the opportunities get better if I wait until I'm a senior associate or manager? At that point should I make the jump to private practice?
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