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February 5, 2023

The good news is…

…we’ve heard back from sources at all the firms and so far everything is quiet out there regarding the September edition of accounting firm layoffs, however, we’re still checking around.
The bad news of course, is that we’ve got fifteen days left in this month. There are some preliminary rumors out of KPMG in Chicago from last Friday but nothing has been confirmed.
If you have additional information on the Chicago rumors or if you’ve got any information on anything related to what sounds to be the inevitable for several firms, send them to [email protected].

…we’ve heard back from sources at all the firms and so far everything is quiet out there regarding the September edition of accounting firm layoffs, however, we’re still checking around.
The bad news of course, is that we’ve got fifteen days left in this month. There are some preliminary rumors out of KPMG in Chicago from last Friday but nothing has been confirmed.
If you have additional information on the Chicago rumors or if you’ve got any information on anything related to what sounds to be the inevitable for several firms, send them to [email protected].

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