Category Archives: Accounting Practice

Power Direction

When studying as a student-in-accounts, spent the first two years, 1978-1980, with Winspear Higgins Stevenson, a national accounting firm that was in the middle or so of the higher rung. International association was with U.S. firm Hurdman and Cranstoun. In … Continue reading

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Over the last few decades, many changes in law and accounting firms, though the goodwill of the name is generally preserved. Remember one firm encountering many exits at once. Reduced to a core group of partners, none of whose names … Continue reading

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