Working Hours in a Big 4 and Leaves allowed

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  1. Sandeep raway

    Sandeep raway Member

    Plz anybody can just tel me about the normal working hours in big4 during articleship?
    And normally how much time off they allow during final exams?
     
  2. rudrabose

    rudrabose Active Member

    The working hours in a Big 4 depend from organisation to organisation.

    EY makes articles work a lot whereas the working hours in PWC are better as compared to EY.

    These firms usually expect an article to work 9 to 12 hours a depending on the work pressure.

    All these firms allow exam leaves of 100 days for preparation for CA Final Exams.
     
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  3. Sandeep raway

    Sandeep raway Member

    How much difference in the work hours of big4 with other big10 firms ?
     
  4. rudrabose

    rudrabose Active Member

    Everyone has a different opinion in this regard.

    Some people prefer Big 4, some prefer Middle sized firms and some prefer small firms.

    Its like comparing Apples with Oranges. Everybody has a different taste and different preferences.
     
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  5. Sandeep raway

    Sandeep raway Member

    Sir is there same probability to get either in transfer pricing or direct tax dept. Or in audit dept.
    Or is it difficult to get An articleship in transfer pricing dept?
     
  6. rudrabose

    rudrabose Active Member

    Getting into Direct Tax is the tougher as compared to getting into Transfer Pricing or Audit.
     
  7. Sandeep raway

    Sandeep raway Member

    Sir many people says that scope of T.P will be good in future while some are saying that there are very few companies which has separate T.P dept. N that's y its scope is limited? Sir which is good.
     
  8. rudrabose

    rudrabose Active Member

    Both the points mentioned by you are correct.

    Currently, there are few organisations which have a separate Transfer pricing Department.

    But in future, the scope of Transfer Pricing is expected to increase which will result in many organisations having a separate department for Transfer Pricing.
     
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