I currently work at a small regional firm in private client services tax – currently about 50% high net worth individuals and 50% split between their business entities and trust/estate/gift tax returns. I have been in this field for about 7 years now, and while I enjoy the work, I am getting burnt out with the hours demanded. I would love to make the transition out of public accounting, but I realize this is difficult with my background. Does anyone have experience making the jump to Corporate Tax when so much of your background is private clients?
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