Analyst Fields CPA/Financial Services Conflicts

One of the most debated and discussed issues in the accounting profession is the one about commissions and contingent fees, and whether CPAs should be in the business of taking them.

What would you do if you were faced with a situation involving accounting and consulting?

Industry analyst Wilbur L. Ross Jr. recently sat down with a reporter from The New York Times to answer questions like this one, along with funding Internet start-ups, restatements of corporate earnings and the economy.

You can find the full interview at the link below.

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