ARTICLES - Professional Issues-Practice Management - LAWYERS AND CPAs: HOW THE LANDSCAPE IS CHANGING - By law, accountants in the United States can call attorneys almost anything they want to -- Except "partner." But barriers between the two professions may eventually crumble. Here is an update on the future of multidisciplinary practices
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