PracticeAccounting FirmsICAEW fees rise to beat inflation…again

ICAEW fees rise to beat inflation...again

Membership fees at the ICAEW are set to rise above inflation for the third successive year.

Link: ICAS faces member backlash over fees

If approved by members at June’s AGM, the annual payment will reach £231, up 44% from £160 in 2001.

A straw poll at the institute’s conference in 2001 rejected a proposal by Howard Leigh, the then Tory treasurer and founder of Cavendish Corporate Finance, to raise fees to between £250 and £300.

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