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?
From Private Client to Corporate Tax
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