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December 2016

In This Issue: December 2016

What is the current state of the profession? To answer this question, we turn to the results of our second annual NYSSCPA–Rosenberg Survey to identify and quantify trends in public practice. The survey revealed some interesting changes and trends that will be worth exploring further in the coming year. Perhaps most notably, the aging of firm partners declined compared to the prior year, perhaps reflecting that the retirement of baby boomers has reached a peak. This retirement wave has rippled through the firm structure; as the number of partners has decreased, partner and staff/partner ratios have increased. New entrants to the partner ranks are less highly compensated, and the use of nonequity partners has expanded. New managing partners have had less effective mentors and are less prepared to lead their firms through the current challenges, foremost of which remain finding capable staff and grooming potential future partners.

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