The usual suspects - including ethics offerings, legislative developments and accounting/auditing course staples - are expected to be the drivers of continuing professional education in 2006.The major players in a fairly mature industry repeat much the same mantra when it comes to talking about their plans for the coming year. The key to their success and their clients' satisfaction is staying current.
"There's no silver bullet," said Joe Gornick, executive editor for CCH Tax and Accounting books, CPE and journals. "Success comes with offerings that are convenient, have options and are flexible. ... A lot of time, firms don't know what they need next week, or two weeks out."
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