Megan McLetchie

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My favorite memories at Andersen Tax stem from the friends I have made here and the time we’ve spent together inside and outside of work.
San Francisco, California
Manager,
Private Client Services
Bucknell University, BA (Political Science & Psychology)
Employee since:
2014

Good Advice

Although working in tax often means long hours, I am fortunate enough to be surrounded by people who constantly motivate me and keep my spirits high.

Q&A

What is your current role?

I am a Manager within the Private Client Services group.

Where and what did you study as an undergraduate?

I attended Bucknell University where I was a Political Science and Psychology double major.

Do you have any higher education degrees and if so, what are they?

Yes, I obtained my JD and LL.M. in Taxation from the University of San Francisco, School of Law.

More About Megan

What activities do you like to do outside of the office?

Outside of work, I enjoy hiking, reading, traveling, trying new restaurants, and spending time with my family and friends.

What is one of your favorite memories from your time at Andersen Tax?

My favorite memories at Andersen Tax stem from the time I have spent both inside and outside of work with the friends I have made at the firm. Specifically, we’ve participated in weekend activities together, run half-marathons through Disneyland, gone on trips to Alaska, and continue to bond over office meals during busy season. Overall, I think that best part of working at Andersen Tax is the people. It is inevitable with our work that we sometimes work long hours, so I am thankful that I enjoy the people I work with and that we are fortunate enough to create such happy memories together.

Describe your career path and how you chose Andersen Tax.

My career path started with knowing that I wanted to go to law school. I went into it thinking that I would be interested in real estate law, and ultimately was drawn to estate planning from my Wills and Trusts professor from college. He stressed the necessity of learning tax in order to become competitive in the estate planning market. Thus, this led me to pursue a tax certificate in law school. Once I took my first tax class, it clicked, and I continued to take more tax courses throughout law school. One of my mentors in law school was hired as a summer intern, then Associate at Andersen Tax, and she suggested that I look into the internship program. I ended up interning at Andersen Tax in the winter of 2014, and afterwards received a full-time offer.