The results of this year's Accountancy Age Top 50 survey indicate that it's time for firms to roll up their sleeves and knuckle down if they are to avoid sharp drops in growth. After double-digit growth in the 2006 and 2007 survey, this year’s survey shows that the growth rate has fallen back sharply to 5.7%, with firms earning £9.2bn in fees.
To view news, features and analysis of the 2008 Top 50 survey of firms, click on the article links below.
To view the full survey in pdf format, click here.
To see the 2008 rankings online, visit the Top 50 homepage
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