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Accountancy Age Top 50 survey

The Accountancy Age Top 50 is the UK's most authoritative guide to the health of the accountancy industry. Launched six years ago, it is an invaluable reference tool used by analysts, consultants, journalists and the firms themselves.

This year’s survey reveals the extent to which the current economic slowdown is hurting UK accountants and for the first time also reveals the extent to which partnership remains an exclusively male club.

The Table breaks down fee income across service lines: from insolvency to corporate finance, audit to consultancy.

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For the first time our special Top 50 edition is available to non-subscribers as either a print or an electronic edition at a cost of just £2.60.

To order your copy of the Top 50 special issue you can either purchase online or via our telephone customer care department. Also you have a choice of Print or pdf E-Book format.

  • For print, click here.

  • For E-Book, click here.
  • Or to order by phone, call our Subscriptions Help Line on 020 8606 7505.

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