Do Your Partners Pay Their Own Way?

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By August J. Aquila
What Makes a Great Partnership                                                                

While times may be good for many CPA firms, we should not forget that firms cannot afford to have partners who coast or are unable to pay their own way.

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Firms are expecting more from their partners. It doesn’t mean that partners have to work longer hours, but it does mean that partners need to contribute more to the economic value of the firm and learn how to work smarter.