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With leaders from the baby-boom generation retiring, the CPA profession is looking for new leaders to step forward.  This has increased the urgency around retaining and developing women in leadership positions in the profession.  Ken Tysiac, JofA editorial director, reports.

To read the full article in the Journal of Accountancy, click: Succession Issues Likely to Fuel Urgency Around Retention of Women CPAs.

 

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