i had just come off a really bad tax season and i knew there had to be a better way. i left a midsized firm, with seven partners and about 50 other employees and i joined my dad’s firm – literally and figuratively. figuratively, because many of his technologies and processes were “old school.”
i was tired of working part-time and not being treated like a contributing member of the firm. my family was young. my son was four years old and my daughter was six. my son was in the process of getting ready for full-time kindergarten and things were just changing in my life. i no longer felt the need to only work part-time, so it seemed like the right time.
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