Take part in the Accountancy Age Top 50+50 survey!

by Calum Fuller

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25 Apr 2014

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IT'S THAT TIME of year again and Accountancy Age is gearing up for the return of the Top 50+50, the most comprehensive aggregation of the UK's biggest accountancy firms.

The Top 50+50 ranks firms by fee income and other metrics including percentage change year-on-year, fees per partner and number of partners.

Last year's list reached its highest ever number of constituents - 121 firms in all - and this year's index of the country's biggest firms is set to be more comprehensive than ever before..

Participants will receive a special Accountancy Age Top50+50 logo that can be used on their marketing material, so look out for survey links in the coming weeks so you can take part.

Accountancy Age will soon contact previous participants, but if you're looking to take part for the first time, or want more information, email calum.fuller@incisivemedia.com with 'Top50+50' in the subject line.


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