The billable hour has long been the gold standard in the accounting profession. But in 2015, with technology and younger professionals’ results-driven outlook influencing the profession at a rapid pace, is it time to reconsider other options, to weigh the pros of a new system to prepare forward-thinking firms?

Enter the world of value-based pricing, the system that disregards the hourly charge and conclusive fixed prices in favor of pricing the worth and working relationship between client and customer, which, in recent years, has been gaining momentum in the profession.

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