Carl George began his career as a staff accountant at Clifton Gunderson in 1971, climbing the ranks at the Midwestern firm to become its chief executive in 1993. During his 11 years at the helm, the firm has tripled in size and has grown into a regional powerhouse that boasts revenue of over $145 million and more than 50 offices in 13 states and Washington D.C.

In an interview with WebCPA editor Melissa Klein, George talks about how he has positioned his firm for growth, as well as the impact of the regulatory changes in the accounting profession on Clifton Gunderson.

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