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CPA financial planning practices are growing faster than the broader financial planning profession and have a higher operating profit margin than similar-sized peers. Over the past several years, the typical CPA financial planning practice generated over $400,000 in revenue, requiring the efforts of one and a half individuals on a full-time equivalent basis (FTE).
These are some of the many intriguing findings of the 2007 AICPA/Moss Adams CPA Financial Planning Practice Study, the first comprehensive effort to profile the CPA financial planner universe. This landmark study provides insights into how successful CPA financial planners are running their practices—and the challenges that they face.
The CPA financial planning practice has taken hold as an attractive niche over the last two decades. These practices are growing at a healthy rate, but they have experienced some challenges, as well. The AICPA/Moss Adams Study contains detailed information on the state of this practice area today.
The Study includes:
The data is discussed in detail throughout the report and listed in data tables in an appendix.
The unique AICPA/Moss Adams study provides all the information you need to understand this dynamic practice area.
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