October 30, 2020

The Window Is Closing: Take Going Concern’s Accounting Salary Survey

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Our first annual Accounting Salary Survey is off to a great start. If you have not yet completed the survey, what have you been doing?

Right now we now have hundreds of responses from people at large, mid-tier and small firms, spanning the full range of industries, experience and roles, all the way from staff and senior accountants to directors, CFOs and managing partners.

Every person who is eligible to participate and completes the survey will receive the final Accounting Salary Report for no charge.

Follow this link to take the survey or complete it below. And if you’ve already completed it, share it with a colleague. Thanks for your support!

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