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This Is Your Last Chance to Get In on the Going Concern Compensation Survey

Hi, people. Everyone having a lovely day? Yeah, me too.

Now that KPMG compensation is up and rolling in, we are ready to wrap the first annual Going Concern compensation survey. If it feels like this thing has been open forever, that's because it has. We're all ready for this thing to be over. The response has been tremendous so we'll have some great data to play with.

Consider this your final opportunity to get in on the survey.

We're closing this thing up Sunday night, which gives you a few days to get around to putting in your info even though you've had months to do this. Once that's done, we're tasked with the fun job of sorting and analyzing the data. That might take some time so be patient. You've waited this long, so a little longer won't really matter.

Everyone got that? Great.

 

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