In 2017, the number of CPA firm partners over the age of 50 declined for the first time in 12 years. The CPA population is aging, older practitioners are beginning to retire in greater numbers, and the profession is now at a critical turning point.

How will associations like the FICPA adapt to these changes to recruit and serve new members?

XYZ University is exploring questions like this in its ongoing Save the Associations blog series.

In Volume 5 of the series, FICPA President & CEO Deborah Curry discussed the challenges and opportunities that a shifting demographic landscape presents for both the FICPA and the profession at large.

Click here to read more over at XYZ University.