Are Partners Getting Younger?

Rosenberg MAP survey finds the number of partners over age 50 in decline.


CPA Trendlines

For the last dozen or so years, the number of partners over age 50 has steadily climbed upward, but now that's changing, according to the new Rosenberg MAP survey.

In recent years, however, there has been a slight decrease in the percentage of partners over the age of 50. The MAP survey authors believe these decreases are due to the retirement of many partners over the age of 60 (even 70!) and firms bringing in new partners in their 40s.

The full survey is available for purchase from CPA Trendlines here.

 

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