results to help firms determine changes for their partner income allocation systems.
rosenberg associates and grand valley state university are conducting a research project on partner compensation, seeking insight from firms across the country with three to 20 equity partners to better understand the advantages and disadvantages of partner income allocation systems and characteristics.
the survey, running until jan. 30, takes 5-10 minutes to complete. to take the survey,start here.
“we are thrilled to work with gvsu and professor chris harper on this project. the data revealed through this study will help firms evaluate how their compensation system compares to those of their peers and determine changes they may want to make that could enhance their firm’s overall future success,” says kristen rampe, cpa, managing partner at rosenberg associates.
chris harper, cpa, gvsu school of accounting professor, adds, “studies like these help the accounting industry learn data-backed perspectives on what works and what doesn’t for small to mid-sized firms. we are excited to see what we discover about partner compensation from this research.”