By Domenick J. Esposito
8 Steps to Great
Most accounting, tax and advisory CPA firm professionals who have demonstrated that they can help perpetuate an organization become partners between the ages of 35 and 42. In many cases, these same professionals retire from their firms as they approach the age of 60, 65 and 70.
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Many emotional and physical changes happen to us humans over the course of 25, 30 or 35 years. Sometimes for the good and sometimes for the bad, our personal lives, energy levels and productivity at the age of 35 usually are different than our personal lives, energy levels and productivity at the age of 65.