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June 17, 2007

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CPAs have become a lot less enthusiastic about CPE in the last 5-10 years. It’s almost viewed as a necessary evil. This is amazing to me because CPE for CPAs is essentially your RD, or [Read More]

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Ed Kless

That fact that there is no difference in RPE for large firms is, in itself, evidence of the problems with the partnership model and billing by the hour.

If there were "ecomonies of scale" we would see that RPE would increase in larger firms. It does not in technology firms and now, based on your post I realize it does not in traditional CPA firms.

Great post!

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