Advisory skills not just for partners, research shows

Research house Bstar has urged accounting firms to leverage their skill sets by developing the advisory service skills of their entire staff, not just the partners.

As part of the Accountants Research Report 2016, an annual undertaking that attempts to provide an insight into the industry, Bstar has noted that accounting firms should seek to have 60-80 per cent of all advice services delivered by the practice’s professional staff, not just partners.

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