“In order to better decipher the results of the annual Rosenberg Practice Management Survey and provide a wider picture of the state of the accounting profession today, The CPA Journal editors sought the opinions of several regular contributors, young professionals, and members of the NYSSCPA leadership. The editors asked these professionals what they have seen in their own practices during the past year and how their experience aligned with the survey results and noteworthy trends. The topics included staff turnover, the divide between partners and staff, the gender gap, revenue and leverage, practice growth areas, the value of the CPA license, the next generation, job satisfaction, and protecting the public. The voices that follow speak to how well the Rosenberg Survey depicts the breadth of accounting practice and hopefully represent the start of an ongoing dialogue on the issues that affect the entire profession.”

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