The search for solutions to the weakening supply of CPAs
There are many factors driving down the number of new CPAs: companies that don't value the credential; advisory services at firms that don't require a CPA; the 150-hour education requirement; and the complexity and format of the exam itself. But ultimately, we need to look inward and examine how we are encouraging, supporting and requiring accounting majors to become CPAs.
Are you part of the problem? Or, are you ready to be part of the solution?
Read this INSIGHT Magazine Special Feature
to find out how you can help.