Every generation has its own view on what works best in firms, as a group of CPAs talked about the changes they are seeing in today's environment.

During a panel discussion Tuesday hosted by the Accountants Club of America. Peter Frank, a partner at the New York firm Cornick Garber Sandler, reminisced about how he was one of the first accountants to use a PC in the early 1980s, advising some of his clients about computers, while needing to write some programs on his own because the software hadn’t been developed. He started out as a musician but got drawn into accounting by helping his father out a few days a week during tax season.

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