The development of future partners is of utmost importance in firms of all sizes due to the number of Baby Boomers now occupying those seats.What criteria is your firm using to select future partners? At what age do you select them for the partner track? Who is responsible for their development and learning the economics of today's accounting firm? Or are you simply waiting for another firm to acquire yours?

These are difficult questions - and questions that are ignored in many firms as they focus on short-term results. The answers come in the form of people, planning and processes.

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