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By CPA Trendlines Staff
For Henry & Horne, keeping up with technology and finding and retaining good workers are primary concerns. While the Phoenix-area CPA firm can only wait and watch while others develop new technologies for accountants and their clients, it’s proactively confronting its personnel concerns.
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“For many CPA firms, recruitment, retention, and succession is the critical issue, but progressive, forward-thinking firms should see this as a true opportunity,” says Chuck Goodmiller, co-managing partner with Chuck Inderieden.