The podcast for the short-term accountant. Hear candid stories of what life is really like in the Big 4, how public accounting compares to private industry, how to survive busy season, avoid burnout, and what options are available outside of public accounting. Break down professional walls and get advice on how to maintain work/life balance and prioritize your mental health. Taking you on this rollercoaster are co-hosts Darlene Nacional, a former Big 4 accountant, and Keegan Marquis, CPA, who left public accounting for a job in private industry. This podcast will take you on the journey of life at B4 and the possibilities After. Join the community @B4andAfterPod on Instagram and Facebook Find exclusive merch at b4andafterpod.com
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This podcast talks about subjects that I WISH someone told me before heading into accounting. Even now that I’m in the trenches, it’s nice to hear other’s stories and similar struggles to my own. This conversation helps me reflect on my own career path moving forward and I’m just so glad this podcasts exists!!! I know there are a ton of big 4 workers out there who feel the same as well.
The B4andAfter pod..wow. All I can say is I wish this was around for me when I was in my public accounting days. Topics such as physical and mental health and career trajectory within and outside of public are areas that haven’t been talked about enough. Check it out! more
What’s good, I’m currently an accounting major right now and plan on getting my CPA, maybe before my two years and nobody really talks about what really goes on other than work, inside the firms. So I’m interested to listen and get some insight.
B4 and After is a wonderful podcast! Darlene has created such an open and honest platform for anyone who is experiencing career doubts and challenges in public accounting (or any career path in general) yet is too hesitant to discuss their vulnerabilities due to a fear of judgment. As someone who went through a tough first year in public accounting, this podcast really resonates with me and I surely hope it reaches the ears of many.
Love it. Can’t wait hear the next and upcoming episode!!!
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B4 and After launched 3 years ago and published 46 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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