By Marc Rosenberg
Let's address the four most common positions at a CPA firm: staff, senior, manager and partner.
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There is no such thing as a standard job description for these four positions. Each firm must define them in ways that make sense for its specific situation. If ever there were job descriptions that should have flexibility built into them, most certainly they would be CPA firm positions because the expectations vary as much by the type of assignments they are given as by their title.
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